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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Wednesday, November 3, 2021.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.


      (1) Cramer expects more companies to reach meme-stock status until ‘hedge funds learn their lesson’ (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer expects more companies to reach meme-stock classification in the future unless professional investors recognize market dynamics have changed.
      • “We now live in a world where individual investors like you have realized they can destroy the short-sellers whenever the short-sellers get too overconfident,” the “Mad Money” host said.
      • “I bet we’ll see many more of those until the hedge funds learn their lesson: Stay away from crowded shorts,” Cramer said.

      Ticker: CAR, BBBY, GME, EL


      (2) Executive Interview: NiSource CEO details the company’s strategy to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 90% by 2030 (

      NiSource President and CEO Joe Hamrock appeared on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money,” after the Indiana-based utility operator reported third-quarter results earlier in the day.

      Ticker: NI


      (3) Executive Interview: Wingstop CEO encouraged that chicken wing prices are falling from Covid peak (

      • Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison told CNBC he’s seeing encouraging signs in the chicken wing market after tight supply earlier this year impacted prices.
      • “As of today, they’ve already come down almost 40 cents a pound since their peak,” Morrison said in a “Mad Money” interview.
      • He said continued supply growth is “going to start to rebalance things back to the levels that we saw before the pandemic.”

      Ticker: WING


      (4)  Interview: Conservationist Jane Goodall says businesses are finally realizing the need to stop deforestation (

      In a “Mad Money” interview Wednesday, famed conservationist Jane Goodall told CNBC’s Jim Cramer she believes corporations are recognizing the need to address climate change by protecting forests and planting more trees.


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: Do not buy Xos Inc. (

      • Nano Dimension: “I’ll just tell you this: I do not like the 3D printing business. It’s a faddish business. People ignited [3D Systems Corporation] at one point, but this one I don’t have that much hope for, to be honest.”
      • Xos Inc.: “Mobility solutions, we’ve heard people on these. We got excited about them like everybody else, and we couldn’t make money for you, so I’m going to say no.”
      • Sharecare: “My hope is they report a blowout quarter, because they need to get back $10. I think they can do it, but we’ve got to see the quarter first.”

      Ticker: NNDM, XOS, SHCR


      (6) [No Video Clip] Cramer discusses Zillow’s home-flipping debacle, suggests CEO Rich Barton ‘has to go’ (

      “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer weighed in on Zillow’s decision to wind down its home-flipping business, delivering sharp criticism of management.

      Wall of Shame: Zillow – Rich Barton


      Other Stocks Discussed (Calls with Audiences): Utz Brands (UTZ) [do not have enough scale for cost]


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