Mad Money: Key points from January 28, 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 28, 2022.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts.


      (1) Cramer’s week ahead: Have your buy list ready for any ‘hideous moments’ (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday previewed next week’s major corporate earnings reports.
      • However, the “Mad Money” host warned about the influence S&P 500 futures will play in Wall Street’s sentiment.
      • “Have your buys ready for those hideous, nauseous moments because … I bet there will be more ahead,” Cramer said.

      [Charitable trust own AMD, PYPL]


      (2) Executive Interview: Boot Barn CEO says the retailer’s oil-related apparel sales are finally growing after 2-year slump (

      • Boot Barn CEO Jim Conroy told CNBC on Friday the western apparel retailer is finally seeing sales strengthen in its oil-related categories.
      • “That business, which had been negative for probably two straight years, turned double-digit positive in January,” Conroy said on “Mad Money.”

      Ticker: Boot Barn (BOOT)


      (3) [No Video Clip] Am I Diversified?

      • AMD, UPS, CVS, KO, GE — diversified
      • AAPL, ABNB, BA, LUCID, Astra — I like it for young person
      • HASI, PPG, KKR, RPRX, FMC — Need to add growth stock for young person
      • AAPL, AMD, BHC, SBUX, MS — Replace AMC with Caterpillar or Chevron


      (4) Rockwell Automation CEO discusses productivity growth in China and the semiconductor crunch (

      Blake Moret, chairman and chief executive officer of Rockwell Automation, appeared on Friday’s episode of “Mad Money” with CNBC’s Jim Cramer.

      Ticker: ROK


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: Greenbrier Companies is a buy (

      • ThredUp: “See, that’s the kind of stuff [that] used to work. An interesting growth clothing exchange. I’ve just go to tell you [it’s a no-go].”
      • Asana: “There are 72,000 collaborative software companies. 72,000. Now, OK, not really, but there’s a bunch, and I don’t want them. They’re not working.”
      • Greenbrier Companies: “I’ve always liked that company. That’s a company that makes things and does stuff that’s valuable, and we are short those [railcars]. We don’t have enough. I say [buy, buy, buy] because it’s down. It shouldn’t be down.”
      • Hillenbrand: “Business machines, products. Perfect. I like it. Always have. 12 times earnings. Makes things, does stuff. Dividend. Works.”
      • Herc Holdings: “No, be here because I think it’s going to be good. Same reason why I like United Rentals. I am a believer. It’s the same reason I like Nucor. … Stay with this one.”

      Ticker: TDUP, ASAN, GBX, HI, HRI


      (6) Jim Cramer’s advice for young investors who want to build wealth in the stock market (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday issued a plea to young investors who may be new to the stock market and want to build long-term wealth.
      • “I’m asking all these younger investors who keep toying with options to please listen up: I’m begging you, just own something, own it for the long-term,” the “Mad Money” host said.

      Ticker: AAPL, HOOD


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audience): Shopify (PHOP)


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