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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Wednesday, November 17, 2021.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts are also listed.


      (1) Jim Cramer says investors right now appear to prefer purpose-driven companies like Affirm and Square (

      “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on Wednesday explained why he believes the stocks of purpose-driven companies like Affirm and Square appear to be favored by investors.

      Inflation Killer: AFRM, WMT, SQ, ABNB, DASH, LCID


      (1)’ Jim Cramer says he’s looking to buy Walmart shares to take advantage of retailer’s post-earnings dip (

      • Institutional investors are likely unhappy with Walmart’s declining margins and selling the stock as a result, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday.
      • However, the “Mad Money” host said he’s viewing it as an opportunity to add to his charitable trust’s position in Walmart.
      • “We sold some at higher levels. We’re actually itching to buy some of that stock back,” Cramer said.


      (2) Executive Interview: Skyworks Solutions CEO sees supply chain improvements, says chipmaker will ‘rip and roar’ in 2022 (

      Skyworks Solutions CEO Liam Griffin appeared on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”

      Ticker: SWKS


      (3) Executive Interview: Here’s why identity software firm Okta plans to open a retail location in New York City (

      • Okta recently signed lease for retail space in New York City, a move that may seem unusual for a company that makes identity management software.
      • Co-founder and CEO Todd McKinnon told CNBC’s Jim Cramer that doing so will help Okta showcase its software to executives.
      • “One of the challenges with identity technology and talking about this vision is sometimes it’s hard to imagine,” McKinnon said.

      Ticker: OKTA


      (4) Executive Interview: Cisco has its largest order backlog in company history due to supply chain snags, says CEO (

      Chuck Robbins, the chief executive officer of Cisco Systems, appeared on Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”

      Ticker: CSCO


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: I prefer Union Pacific over CSX (

      • CSX: “CSX is good. I will tell you that my charitable trust owns Union Pacific. … Union Pacific, I think, is a better company to own at this stage in the cycle.”
      • Canopy Growth: “It likes to go down. I think that’s the ticket. It likes to go down. I like stocks that go higher. It seems to want to go lower. Why is that? Because the core business isn’t that good. I say it’s too late to sell, but do not buy anymore.”
      • Amyris: “They just did a big convert. People like that. No, I don’t want to run from it. I think you’ve got to own it. Don’t buy more, though. I think you own it. That’s it, though.”
      • Rio Tinto: “I would say don’t own it. It’s just not worth it.”

      Ticker: CSX, CGC, AMRS, RIO,


      (6) Cramer’s advice on Lucid and Rivian: Heed lessons from the dot-com bubble and take profits (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday urged investors in high-flying electric vehicle stocks like Rivian and Lucid to remain disciplined.
      • “I can’t blame anyone who wants to find the next Tesla … but I need you to remember the lessons of 1999,” the “Mad Money” host said.
      • “You’re playing momentum, not car companies and not technology, and in that case it’s better to ring the register early and often,” Cramer said.

      Ticker: RIVN, LCID


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audiences): (XLINX)[recommend AMD], Sea Ltd (SE) [go much higher. winner]


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