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“The following are stocks highlighted during the Mad Money segment called the "Lightning Round" on CNBC hosted by Jim Cramer at 6 pm most weeknights."
Monday, July 12
FireEye: “We want CrowdStrike, we want Zscaler or we want Palo Alto Networks. Those are our plays, and then when Deep Instinct comes we will recommend that too. I do like [SentinelOne], but I haven’t done enough work on it.”
OncoCyte: “I like diagnostics, I like anti-cancer, I’m going to bless it as a speculation.”
Monday.Com: “That’s a hard stock. MNDY is a very hard stock ... I’ve got to do more work.”
DermTech: “Anything that can have early detection of skin cancer is worth speculating on.”
Tuesday, July 13
Blackstone: “I like Blackstone very much.”
Wynn Resorts: Buy
Advanced Micro Devices: “Advanced Micro is a screaming buy.”
Cleveland-Cliffs: “I want to buy the stock and put it away.”
Golden Ocean: “It’s up too much and the 2.5% yield ain’t going to help you if we decide that there’s a slowdown in world trade.”
Crispr Therapeutics: “It’s a very speculative stock. It sits at 100-plus points. A lot of people can’t take that kind of downside pressure, but I think that you can buy half a position because I do think that it has always been ... [a potential] takeover stock.”
Lam Research: “I’m going to say buy it. I know it’s moved a great deal. I wish they’d split it, but they’re not going to.”
Covanta: “I think it’s OK ... I think that there are other plays that are better. I would even buy.
Chevron ... more than I would buy Covanta.”
BJ’s Wholesale: “BJ’s is a buy.”
Wednesday, July 14
Renewable Energy: “I say buy.”
Altimeter Growth: “I think that one’s actually a good one.”
Hercules Capital: “I’m going to look into that for you because it’s got a 7% yield ... We will have to come back and analyze the balance sheet of them before I make a decision.”
Affirm: “I was stunned yesterday when Apple said it might do buy now, pay later, then suddenly Affirm went down. I mean, Affirm is a good company, for heaven’s sake. It’s starting to really bug me ... I am a buyer at the $56 level.”
Barrick Gold: “It’s [CEO] Mark Bristow. It’s really hostage to gold. Gold peaked. I like it. I think you should own it.”
Thursday, July 15
Rio Tinto: “I think Rio Tinto is actually a good company. Now, you do need a stronger economy than we have, but it’s well run. I’d like you to hold on to it.”
Quantumscape: “The reason why it’s been going down, frankly, is there’s people at other companies, notably Ford, that think they have a better battery. So, what it’s really going down about is not that the battery doesn’t work, but that there are other companies with better batteries, and I’m beginning to believe that is the case.”
Veru: “They’ve got to show the better data. They’ve got to go out of stage 2 and into stage 3. If the stage 3 is good as stage 2 for a lot of what they’re doing in cancer, then I think the stock goes much higher.”
Friday, July 16
No Show Aired on this date.
What time is mad money on?
Mad Money airs weeknights at 6 PM ET on CNBC and is hosted by Jim Cramer. However, although the show does air most weeknights it occasionally does not air episodes on some weeknights when the Host Jim Cramer is absent Additionally, the show also airs in Australia during the following times: Saturday 09:00, 22:00, 23:00 SYD, Sunday 22:00, 23:00 SYD, Monday 04:00, 05:00 SYD.
What channel is mad money on?
Mad Money airs on CNBC. Mad Money is a financial television show with segments such as the "Lightning Round" and I am I Diversified. The first aired on CNBC on March 15, 2005.
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