Mad Money: Key points from January 7, 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 7, 2022.  It also contains links to CNBC sites which contain video clips and transcripts.


      (1) Jim Cramer’s week ahead: It’s an ‘odd time’ for markets but earnings matter again (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday outlined his game plan for next week after Wall Street concluded its first five trading sessions of 2022.
      • The “Mad Money” host said it’s “a bit of an odd time” for markets right now.
      • However, he said earnings are back in focus and will help dictate stock moves.


      (2) [No Video Clip] Jim Cramer offers his plan to ‘fix Twitter’ and prevent its stock from falling further (

      On Friday’s episode of “Mad Money,” host Jim Cramer offered a series of ideas he believes Twitter should implement to create a better user experience and, ultimately, unlock shareholder value in a stock that’s trading below where it ended its first day as a public company in 2013.

      Ticker: TWTR


      (3) Jim Cramer says these 5 ‘old tech’ stocks could have a big year in 2022 (

      • CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday laid out an investment case for five legacy technology companies that he believes could post strong returns in 2022.
      • The “Mad Money” host touted Apple, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle.
      • Those companies should be able to perform well even as the Fed tightens policy, Cramer said.
      • Bull case for AAPL: (i)  historically storing earnings with strong demand, (ii) growing service revenue stream, (iii) share buyback
      • Bull case for CSCO: (i) durge in enterprise tech spending, (ii) pivot toward software and recurring revenue,  (iii) growing recurring revenue leading to a higher P/E multiples [Chitable trust own CSCO
      • Bull case for IBM: (i) trading at 12 x earnings with nearly 5% divided (ii) divestiture of Kyndyyl business
      • Bull case for MSFT: (i) continued revenue growth, (ii) pricing power, (iii) consistent earning beats
      • Bull case for ORCL: (i) should earnings beat last quarter with positive guidance, (ii) cloud business performing well,  (iii) corner acquisition opportunities


      (4) Interview: JPMorgan’s Lisa Gill previews health-care conference and explains why she sees more upside for CVS (

      Lisa Gill, managing partner at JPMorgan, appeared on Friday’s episode of “Mad Money” to preview the bank’s major health-care conference that’s set to begin next week.


      (5) Cramer’s lightning round: CVS Health is a good long-term buy (

      • WSFS Financial: “I like that. It’s a good bank in a good area. Let’s try to get them on. I’ve admired them for about 30 years.”
      • CVS Health: “I’m going to say yes [for a long-term investment], aided by the fabulous Lisa Gill [of JPMorgan] who told me at $15 to buy it and says don’t mind that it’s at $100. Buy it again.”
      • Roblox: “Roblox is the kind of stock I’m willing to plow through this period because it is such an original, terrific way to play the metaverse.”
      • Paymentus Holdings: “I know it’s payment technology. Those stocks are under so much pressure, but it does make money. Let me give it more scrutiny and come back to you.”

      Ticker: WSFS, CVS, RBLX, PAY


      (6) [No Vide Clip] No Huddle Offense : The state of inflation


      Other Stocks Discussed (calls with audience): GAP (GPS) Beauty Health (SKIN) [like the stock], RingCentral (RNG)


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