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2021-10-28 at 8:20 PM #4449暮眞★潤 (Jun Kurema)Keymaster
This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Thursday, October 28, 2021. It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.
(1) ‘Bye-bye FAANG, hello MAMAA’ — Cramer reveals a new acronym after Facebook’s name change (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/29/cramer-new-acronym-to-replace-faang-after-facebook-name-change-to-meta.html)
- CNBC’s Jim Cramer has a new acronym to replace FAANG after Facebook changed its name to Meta.
- “Bye-bye FAANG, hello MAMAA,” the “Mad Money” host said on Thursday’s show.
- MAMAA includes Meta, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Apple.
(1)’ Cramer reacts to Apple and Amazon’s earnings, says the companies’ problems are temporary (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/28/jim-cramer-reacts-to-apple-and-amazons-rough-earnings-reports.html)
- CNBC’s Jim Cramer reacted Thursday to the disappointing quarterly results from Apple and Amazon.
- The “Mad Money” host said the issues hitting both companies are likely temporary.
Ticker: FB, AAPL, AMZN, Don’t bet against MAMAA
(2) Executive Interview: Linde CEO discusses the company’s project backlog and how it will help grow earnings (https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/10/28/linde-ceo-discusses-the-companys-project-backlog-and-how-it-will-help-grow-earnings.html)
Linde CEO Steve Angel, who is set to leave the role March 1 and transition to chairman, appeared on Thursday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
(3) Executive Interview: Brunswick CEO says it may take 3 years for boat inventories to return to normal (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/28/brunswick-ceo-it-may-take-3-years-for-boat-inventories-to-return-to-normal.html)
- Boat maker Brunswick’s inventories will likely be below normal for the next three years, CEO David Foulkes told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday.
- “Raw demand is tremendously strong. What we’re really seeing is constrained supply,” Foulkes said in an interview on “Mad Money.”
(4) Executive Interview: Marc Benioff discusses $300 million climate pledge that his family and Salesforce are making (https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/10/28/marc-benioff-discusses-300-million-climate-pledge-that-his-family-and-salesforce-are-making.html)
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff appeared on Thursday’s episode of “Mad Money,” following news of the executive’s latest climate change-related financial pledge.
(5) Cramer’s lightning round: I think Azek is a buy (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/28/cramers-lightning-round-i-think-azek-is-a-buy.html)
- Azek: “I think Azek is a long-term buy because frankly, I believe that their artificial wood, so to speak, is better than the other guys … and [CEO] Jesse Singh is doing a terrific job there, so I think it’s a buy.”
- Standard Lithium: “Everybody wants to play lithium, and to me it feels like when we got involved with the battery stocks, and boy, did they crush you. This is so speculative. Please don’t get hurt.”
- Sonos: “We had them on. It was a great quarter. I’m sure people were worried about components. I think Sonos is a great long-term story, and you’re fine. I’m using [equity analyst] Katy Huberty’s work for Morgan Stanley. I think she does great stuff on it.”
- Centrus Energy Corp.: “This is the uranium company that people want to buy. Uranium is being cornered, I think, and uranium stocks can continue to go up. But this is a speculative stock that has a greater fool theory to it.”
- Paysafe: “Look, this thing should not be down 50%, honestly. It’s not a terrible company. It is just not a terrible company, so I am going to say it’s OK.”
- Immunitybio: “You’re rolling the dice here because what it’s after is one of the toughest cancers, and that’s why I think the stock is struggling because it’s a cancer that, so far, not a lot of hope for.”
- Cleveland-Cliffs: “You’re in luck. U.S. Steel reported a great number tonight. You know I like Cliffs. I think they’re terrific. By the way, my charitable trust, which you can follow by joining [CNBC’s Investing Club] , owns Nucor, and that’s the best of the lot.”
- WeWork: “I think WeWork is good. I mean, it’s $10 [per share]. It crushed a lot of debt. I think it’s good. It makes a lot of sense in this kind of … hybrid work environment.”
Ticker: AZEK, SLI, SONO, LEU, PSFE, IBRX, CLF, X, WE,
(6) Cramer says the investment case for crypto may rest on the ‘greater fool theory’ (https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/10/28/cramer-says-the-investment-case-for-crypto-may-rest-on-the-greater-fool-theory.html)
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on Thursday stressed the need for crypto investors to understand all the risks surrounding the nascent digital asset class.
Other Stocks Discussed (Calls with Audiences):Boston Beer Company’s (SAM) [still too high, PE ratio STZ is the one you want to be in]
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