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      This page contains summary of CNBC program “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer” which was on air on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts.


      (1) Jim Cramer: Be ready to pounce with cash on hand when market uncertainty settles (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday told investors that they shouldn’t rely on optimism as a market strategy, but should still be prepared to act when the market recovers.
      • “I think you can do very well right now in a balanced portfolio that also has a lot of cash on the sidelines. You want to be ready for the moment when things actually get better,” the “Mad Money” host said.


      (2) Cramer says if you believe in oil, HighPeak Energy is an aggressive play that could pay off (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday said that investors bullish on oil should consider betting on HighPeak Energy.
      • “If you believe the price of oil can stay elevated here, possibly because the war in Ukraine will turn into a drawn-out stalemate, then you’ll likely get more upside out of an aggressive oil producer like HighPeak Energy,” he said.

      Ticker: HPK

      [Note: charitable trust owns DVN]


      (3) CNBC’s Jim Cramer says these four financial GARP stocks are investable (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday offered a list of four investable financial stocks that he believes will benefit from the Federal Reserve raising interest rates to control soaring inflation.
      • “Now, what this market wants is entirely different. It wants GARP: growth at a reasonable price,” the “Mad Money” host said.

      Stock & Ticker: Signature Bank (SBNY) [13 times earnings], State Street (STT) [unreasonably cheap], Bank of ew York Mellon (BK), Charles Schwab (SSCH)


      (4) Executive Interview: Half of companies surveyed by Twilio said they’re unprepared for a ‘cookie-less world,’ CEO says (

      The “Mad Money” host spoke with Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson on Tuesday’s episode of the show.

      Ticker: TWLO


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: I like Tesla over Sunrun (

      • Ltd: “They’re losing too much money. So I’ve got to say no to Monday.”
      • Sunrun Inc: “I would rather own Tesla … than own Sunrun, which is losing a lot of money.”
      • Gores Guggenheim Inc: “There was a time, a time where I would’ve said this one could be good. … I can’t do that.”
      • Tilray Brands Inc: “I think that Tilray is actually a company that’s going to make a lot of money as we go national with cannabis.”
      • NortonLifeLock Inc: “We sold our whole position at a very big profit for the Charitable Trust. Why did we do that? Quite simply, because they promised several times to close the deal [for Avast]. And they didn’t close the deal. And so, we closed the deal with them.”
      • Enterprise Products Partners LP: “I think you should hold onto that, and if it drops, buy more.”

      Ticker: MNDY [No], RUN [rather have TSLA], GGPI, TRLI, NLIK [sold whole position], EPD


      (6) [No Video Clip] Jim Cramer explains why his Charitable Trust sold some Apple shares recently (

      CNBC’s Jim Cramer explained why his Charitable Trust sold some Apple stock recently despite his being a fan of the company in Tuesday’s episode of “Mad Money.”

      [Note: Rule of Charitable Trust — any position do not go beyond 5%]


      Other Stock Discussed (call with audiences):Roku (ROKU)[ don’t make money], Ford (F) [still cheap, charitable trust owns F], Blackstone (BX) [like it very much].


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