Cramer warns investors not to group all stocks of the same sector together – ‘No two stocks are truly alike’

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday told investors that despite what might be happening in the market, they shouldn’t judge a stock based on its industry peers’ performance. “These days, it feels like up to 90% of a stock’s performance on a given day comes from its sector, something on down days that feels like a heavy gravitational pull,” he said. “I want to remind you that no two stocks are truly alike and, more important, the sector analysis everyone lives by these days is often a travesty of a mockery…

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Charts suggest the recent boom in commodities ‘is not long for the world,’ Jim Cramer says

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday said that while the commodities market could see a short-term upside, it will ultimately come down in the long term. “The charts, as interpreted by Carley Garner, suggest that the recent commodities boom is not long for the world. She says we could still see some short-term upside … but longer-term, she thinks this bull is about to get slaughtered,” the “Mad Money” host said. “And when commodities turn against you, it tends to get real ugly, real fast,” he added. Before getting into Garner’s…

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Pinterest improving user experience to help people ‘take more action’ on boards, new CEO Bill Ready says

Pinterest is working on helping users take tangible actions on their mood boards and pins, new CEO Bill Ready told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday. “There’s a lot we can do to help them take more action on that intent, whether that action is making, or doing, or in some cases buying. There’s a variety of ways that we can do that. It may not necessarily entail even a buy button all the time,” Ready said in an interview on “Mad Money.” “I’ve used Pinterest for designing a home, for…

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Cramer’s lightning round: I can’t recommend Simulations Plus

AT&T Inc: “That is a distinct hold. If it were $18, it’s a buy. If it was $23, it’s a sell.” Tilray Brands Inc: “Tilray is a total spec of which I’m not going to bet against right now.” Dow Inc: “If I wanted to buy 200 shares, I’d buy 100 here and then I’d wait until $45.” Simulations Plus Inc: “They actually make money. … But it’s much too rich a stock for my taste, and I can’t there recommend it.” C3.ai Inc: “That’s been one of the worst…

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AWS CEO says the move to cloud computing is only just getting started

Cloud computing is in its beginning stages and will only continue to grow, Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday. “It’s possible that AWS could become the largest business at Amazon. Now, Amazon has other large and great businesses, and so it could take a while for us to get there,” Selipsky said in an interview on “Mad Money.” “Essentially, IT is going to move to the cloud. And it’s going to take a while. You’ve seen maybe only, call it 10% of IT today…

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Nike has a ‘much better risk-reward’ than the market believes, Jim Cramer says

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday said that Nike stock is more investable than Wall Street might believe, even after a mixed quarter. “I’m not going to tell you this was a great quarter. … But, and this is a big but, I don’t think the results were as bad as today’s 7% decline [suggests],” the “Mad Money” host said. “The long-term story remains intact,” he continued. “I think the downside risk is baked into the stock, and any potential upside is absolutely not. That doesn’t necessarily mean Nike’s a screaming…

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Jim Cramer picks 4 ‘buyable’ stocks to snap up after ugly market days

CNBC’s Jim Cramer recommended four stocks investors should consider adding to portfolios after ugly days in the market like Tuesday. “While this may be a bear market, as long as commodity prices keep coming down, these stocks should be winners, which is why you’ve got to treat ugly moments like this one as buying opportunities,” the “Mad Money” host said. “Not for everything — not even close — but for select few stocks that truly have something good going on,” he added. All three major indices fell on Tuesday, with…

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Investors could do ‘a lot worse’ than FedEx here, Jim Cramer says

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday told investors that while the market has yet to overcome the challenges threatening to create a recession, FedEx stock might be able to weather the turbulence. “You might think FedEx would be a helpless victim of high gas prices, potential e-commerce plateau, a [Federal Reserve]-mandated slowdown. That would be wrong. This company’s taking control of its own destiny. … I think you could do a lot worse,” he said. The “Mad Money” host said that while FedEx has struggled with supply chain disruptions and performing…

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