Mad Money: Key points from January 21, 2022 (Friday) episode

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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Friday, January 21, 2022.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts.


      (1) Cramer’s week ahead: You want to own ‘great American companies, not junk’ (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday looked ahead to next week’s pivotal market events, including a busy slate of corporate earnings reports.
      • “We don’t know what’s going to cause the market to turn around,” the “Mad Money” host acknowledged after the Nasdaq’s worst week since October 2020.
      • “I am saying if you buy great American companies, not junk, you tend to do pretty well historically,” he said.

      [Charitable trust owns Chevron]


      (2) Huntington Bancshares CEO discusses his economic outlook and offers an update on TCF acquisition (

      Huntington Bancshares CEO Steve Steinour appeared on Friday’s episode of “Mad Money” CNBC’s Jim Cramer.

      Ticker: HBAN


      (3) Off-the-Chart: Charts suggest the S&P 500 may continue struggle through early February, says Jim Cramer (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday that technical analysis of Wall Street’s so-called fear gauge indicates the S&P 500 faces a challenging outlook in the near term.
      • “The charts, as interpreted by Mark Sebastian, suggest that the S&P 500 could remain in the house of pain through early February,” the “Mad Money” host said.

      VIX  IX swell since 2022


      (4) [No Video Clip] Homework –– Ticker: NAUT [I recommend waiting because I don’t think Nautilus is right for the current moment], CYXT


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: GoodRx is in a ‘no-fly zone’ (

      • AT&T: “Let me tell you how I feel about AT&T: I don’t hate it anymore.”
      • GrowGeneration: “Very, very rarely do I ever say this. It’s a stock whose time has come and went. They bought a lot of companies. They did a roll up, and then they did one roll up too many, and then I had to say goodbye, and that’s where it remains.”
      • InMode: ”[The caller] Joe is absolutely right. This is a situation that’s a very good situation, but the mercurial nature of this market is not letting this InMode bottom. It’s trading as if it’s losing big money and not doing anything. I like InMode. I can’t tell you when it stops, but I do like InMode.”
      • GoodRx: “These are all no-go. They’re in a no-fly zone. You’ve just got to look at it like that.”
      • H&R Block: “They’re up against Intuit. That is literally bringing a knife to a gun fight. I can’t go there.”
      • Carrier Global: “Very much so. “Dave Gitlin is a terrific CEO. There’s a company, I would buy some at $40, some at $35 and some at $30. Meet that there, and when it does, you’ve got to be big because that’s a good company.”

      Ticker; T, GRWG, INMD, GDRX, HRB, CARR


      (6) Jim Cramer says he’d buy Disney after its shares slid on negative Netflix news (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday he views the sell-off in Disney as a buying opportunity for investors.
      • “I want to own stocks that are brought down in a guilt-by-association fiasco and that’s exactly what happened to Disney today,” the “Mad Money” host said.
      • Netflix’s forecast of slowing subscriber growth caused its stock to plunge and also dented other streaming players like Disney.

      Ticker: NFLX, DIS


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audience): Starwood Property (STWD), Monster Beverage (MNST) [not yet buy, will goes lower], Home Deport (HD), Costco (COST), Affirm (AFRM) [hold], Luminar Technologies (LAZR)


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