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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Thursday, August 5, 2021.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.


      (1) Cramer’s list of cheap stocks to buy in a market trading at record highs (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Thursday he sees plenty of cheap stocks worth buying.
      • “Forget the craziness” around meme stocks like AMC Entertainment, GameStop — and, most recently, Robinhood, the “Mad Money” host said.
      • “Focus on the cheap stocks that have done nothing and sell for peanuts. They’re a lot more plentiful than you might think,” Cramer said.

      Stock & Ticker: Walmart (WMT) [upgraded today, relatively cheap], Uber (UBER) [undervalued],  Iyondellbasell (LYB), Trinseo (TSE), Cleveland-Cliffs Inc.(CLF) [still cheap], Nucor (NUE) [still cheap], Toll Brothers (TOL), Lennar (LEN), DR Horton (DHI), KB Home (KBH) Ford (F), GM (GM)


      (2) Executive Interview: Take-Two Interactive is in ‘a great place’ even as peak Covid demand passes, CEO says (

      Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of video-game publisher Take-Two Interactive, joined CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday’s edition of “Mad Money” to discuss the company’s post-Covid outlook.

      Ticker: TTWO


      (3) Executive Interview: Etsy CEO says buying fashion resale app Depop boosts exposure to next generation of shoppers (

      Josh Silverman, the CEO of e-commerce marketplace Etsy, joined CNBC’s Jim Cramer on “Mad Money” on Thursday and discussed its acquisition of fashion resale app Depop.

      Ticker: ETSY


      (4) [No Video Clip] Executive Interview with CEO of ON Semiconductor Corporation — Ticker: ON


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: I like Golden Nugget Online Gaming (

      • FMC Corporation: “I don’t know. They did have a cost problem. Fermium Research, whom I use, Frank Mitsch, downgraded it. I am with him. I am very sorry … but no, I’ve got to go with Mitsch.”
      • The Blackstone Group: “Blackstone is the king. Jon Gray is great, not just because he’s a great [COO]… he happens to be a fabulous, fabulous charitable man. Blackstone is terrific.”
      • Welltower Inc.: “I like Welltower, but it’s not as good as Ventas and that’s [CEO] Deb Cafaro, who is money good with me.”
      • Golden Nugget Online Gaming: “You know I’m a believer in [Chairman and CEO Tilman Fertitta]. I mean, how can you not be? He’s a money maker, so I like Golden Nugget.”
      • Modine Manufacturing Company: “How could it blow the quarter? I mean, how could it have? They should be in the sweetest spot there is. No. … They’re in the penalty box.”
      • Lordstown Motors Corp.: Asked if he would take a chance on the beleaguered company, “only because one of the great things about stock is they stop at $0.”
      • Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc.: “Because of some of the things I’m doing with the American Migraine Foundation and some other things, that’s a good company, and I really like what they’re up to and I think you should go for it.”

      Ticker: FMC, BX, WELL, MOD, RIDE, ORMP


      (6) [No Video Clip] Jim Cramer on the geopolitical implications of the global semiconductor shortage (

      “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer said Thursday the growing demand for semiconductors, coupled with the current shortage, is not just a problem for corporations. It’s also a geopolitical issue at this point, he said.

      Ticker: Weber (WEBR)


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audiences): Southwest (LUV) [buy buy buy]


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