“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 19
Academy Sports & Outdoors: “I still like it ... I’m a buyer.”
Sherwin-Williams: “Raw costs are now too high. I am concerned. I no longer think that you can buy this stock until we see the raw costs come down, and then I will feel better.”
SoFi: “I think SoFi should be done going down soon. I mean, stocks stop at zero. I mean, this thing has just been a nightmare, and [CEO] Anthony Noto is better than that. It’s at $15. I’m a buyer at the $14 level.”
General Electric: “I don’t care where a stock came from. I care where it’s going to. I think GE is OK. I don’t think it’s great, I don’t think it’s bad. It’s just OK.”
Sysco: “The good news is the guy who runs it is real strong. The bad news is that the restaurant business is going to take a little header here, so I’m going to say, ‘no,’ to that right now.”
Tuesday, July 20
Palantir: “It’s got a lot of smart people behind it, and it’s also got the Wall Street bettors behind it, and frankly I find it tiresome.”
Big 5 Sporting: “That is one that I would like to buy and have come on the show. I’m not kidding. They have the stuff. I like Dick’s. I think this one’s a comer.”
Tanger Factory: “It’s making a comeback and I think it’s OK to own. I was very concerned, but as we saw with Simon Properties, all of the weak-handed stores are gone. Tanger works now.”
Penn National Gaming: “Penn Nat needs football season and that is when Barstool shines, and it will shine again.”
Wednesday, July 21
Nokia: “They’re making a comeback ... at $5.80, believe it or not ... Nokia’s a buy.”
Clean Energy Fuels: “Long-term spec.”
Plug Power: “Jimmy Chill says, ’during the first week of August, Plug Power reports, and if they screw up then I’m going to have to bring me the head of [CEO] Andrew Marsh because they have got to put up good numbers. They have to ... They must put up good numbers.”
Inseego: ”[CEO] Dan Mondor has worn me out. That has been a series of broken dreams, that stock. And I’m done with the broken-dream stocks.”
Thursday, July 22
Radnet: “That’s a diagnostic center company that’s really good. You’ve crowd sourced the greatness there. I think you’ve done a lot of work on it. I agree with you. It’s one of those that, it’s a niche one that I’m always trying to find.”
Asbury Automotive Group: “I like Asbury. I’m telling you, Lithia had such an unbelievable number the other day. Carvana is good. AutoNation had a good number. But Lithia is the star of the show right now. I mean, I think Lithia is great.”
Jumia Technologies: “I don’t know. There’s something the matter with it [because] it trades the way it does. I like MercadoLibre if I’m going to be able to do that kind of business in the south. I think it’s better. Remember, I also like how eBay has turned around. And don’t forget Shopify please. I know it’s a little bit attenuated from your pick, but Shopify is amazing.”
Inmode Ltd: “That thing has run so much. Everyone knows I love these device companies ever since I found NovoCure. Look, it’s a great company, but it’s just up a great deal. I need you to know the stock may be too high.”
Friday, July 23
Zim Integrated Shipping: “I don’t like the shipping stocks, here. I think they’re overdone. People got excited about them and it’s no longer the moment to own a shipping stock. Why not buy Union Pacific, which had a great quarter.”
Northern Genesis Acquisition: “I like these EVs. Some of them are really going to work out, but lately I’ve been thinking maybe Magna’s the way to play it because a lot of them seem to contract them, but I do like that stock. I’ve been what I call, ‘wrong.’”
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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