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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Monday, October 4, 2021.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.


      (1)Cramer still sees ‘plenty of risk’ for stocks but says it’s time to look for buying opportunities (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday that there are a number of risks contributing to a “tough” stock market.
      • However, the “Mad Money” host said investors “can start looking for buying opportunities on the way down.”
      • “But we have to buy stocks gradually on the way down, because if you just jump in on every dip, well, then you’re going to get slaughtered,” he added.

      Ticker: FB [time to let it go]


      (2) Executive Interview: IBM CEO discusses Red Hat growth and its role in the company’s hybrid cloud strategy (

      Arvind Krishna, chairman and CEO of IBM, sat down with CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday’s episode of “Mad Money.”

      Ticker: IBM


      (3) Executive Interview: McCormick CEO says supply chain issues are limiting the spice maker as it sees demand surge (

      • “Across our business right now, the supply chain is really our limiting factor,” McCormick & Company CEO Lawrence Kurzius told CNBC on Monday.
      • “It’s not demand. Demand is incredible,” he said on “Mad Money.”
      • The spice maker also is grappling with “unprecedented” inflation, Kurzius told Jim Cramer.

      Ticker: MKC


      (4) Executive Interview: Paychex CEO expects more sidelined Americans to rejoin workforce in coming months (

      In a “Mad Money” interview, Paychex President and CEO Martin Mucci explained why he expects more Americans to rejoin the workforce in the coming months.

      Ticker: PAYX


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: I am a seller of Ocugen (

      • GrowGeneration: “We recommended it in the teens. When it got to the $40s, we decided that was good enough, no more to it, and we have not looked back.”
      • Vale SA: “Iron ore, this is a company that is a tortured company that I do not want you to touch. It has too many environmental issues, and I think that the Chinese economy, which provides a lot of the buying, has cooled.”
      • Bionano Genomics: “That’s as speculative as you can get. Understand that that one could be cut in half and no one would care. That’s really the problem.”
      • Plug Power: “I love hydrogen. … I am a huge believer in green hydrogen. PLUG is the most visible way to play it, a lot of positive news about it. I prefer one thing, and one thing only: I prefer Linde. Why Linde? Because … they are the largest market of hydrogen, and boy do you need a lot of hydrogen to have green hydrogen.”
      • Ocugen: “No thank you. I’m a seller.”

      Ticker: GRWG, VALE, BNGO, PLUG, OCGN


      (6) [No Video Clip] Cramer’s take on Jamie Dimon’ view on Bitcoin (Bitcoin has no intrinsic value)


      Other Stocks Discussed (Calls with Audiences): General Electric (GE), Oracle (ORCL) [doing quite well]


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