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Mad Money Lightning Round Recap: July 26 to 30 2021

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."

Mad Money Recap provides a review of the segment called Lightening round whereby Jim Cramer provides his opinion on stocks.   CNBC mad money is aired weekly at 6 pm.

Monday, July 26

Sunrun: “No. We’re using Generac ... because the grid is awful.”

AT&T: “My late nana, Mary, always said, ‘if you don’t have anything good to say about it, then don’t say anything.’”

Vizio: “I like Vizio. Consumer electronics is good ... I will continue to praise Best Buy until people realize I am serious. [CEO] Corie Barry is real and she’s welcome on the show. Corie Barry is welcome on the show.”

Alibaba: “Alibaba is a tremendous company, but ... it’s kind of a capitalist company in a communist country ... I’d stay away.”

IRobot: “I’m going to pass on it. It’s got a big short position. Maybe the meme guys go all over it. I’m not there.”

23andMe: “They seem to shy away from being actually being a health-care company.”

NRX Pharmaceuticals: “That was a giant pump and dump ... let’s stay away from that.”

Brooks Automation: “Brooks Automation is a good company. It’s a real good company. I never understood why they’re still independent. I would have bought them if I was a bigger fish in that business, but I’m not in that business.”


Tuesday, July 27

GoGo: “They’re just so, so. I mean, they’ve been so, so for so long that they are definitely so, so.”

ChargePoint: “I’d like it to be down 50%. It’s almost there. I’d buy it under $20. They are many, many companies in that industry, and they’re all trading down right now.”

Taboola: “It’s an interesting company ... It generates page views, and anything that generates page views reminds me that you should buy the stock of Trade Desk.”

Digital Turbine: “It’s a unique company ... but the problem is it sells at such a high multiple, and the multiples are being compressed right now ... I don’t think that’s a great stock to be in.”

Astra Space: “Space service ... it’s too crowded, but the stock has come down. How about this: at $8 buy a little. It’s a nice spec.”


Wednesday, July 28

Roblox: “I think we’re OK. I think the last quarter, obviously, was not as good as we thought. Some people were thinking that it’s only a pandemic play. I think it’s going to snap back. I want you to hold on to it.”

Fast Acquisition: “Tilman Fertitta [is a] heavyweight. Want to be with him, not against him. I’m OK with it.”

Cassava Sciences: “This is a company trying to get people off of opioids, it’s one of their things ... if they can succeed, it is worth double what it is. If it doesn’t, well, you know what, it’s not worth a lot, which is too hard for me. I don’t like things where it’s just all or none.”

Endeavor Group: “Full disclosure: I guess you can say I work for Endeavor, they’re my agent. I don’t understand the valuation of the company because they’ve got all cylinders going. If you broke it up, they’ve got a lot of good stuff ... [CEO] Ari Emanuel’s a really smart guy and I think that betting against him at this level is just stupid.”

Western Digital: “Inexpensive stock. Too cheap. Like it. I also liked Micron, though, so we’ve got to be careful with my judgment.”


Thursday, July 29

Maxar Technologies: “You’re in the right one ... It’s the right place to be. I like that stock.”

XL Fleet: “XL Fleet came on and then lots of negative stuff came out about them. Now it’s so low that I think it’s a decent spec.”

On Semiconductor: “The semiconductor shortage is on companies like that one. ... You’ve just got to be patient with On.”

Lucid Group: “Lucid is so tough right now because, on the one hand, the car is about to ship ... on the other hand, the company is valued at almost $40 billion. That’s an overvaluation with a terrific car. Well, that does sound a lot like Tesla ... If you want to take a spec on Lucid, I’m not going to be against it, but understand the way to speculate on Tesla is to own Tesla.”

Lear: “I love Lear and I love Magna. These are the companies you want to own right now. They’re boring and they’re good.”

Applovin: “Morgan Stanley came out and just absolutely crushed the darned thing. I thought it was doing pretty well ... Right now, the market hates specs, and when it comes to like them they’re going to buy that one.”


Friday, July 30

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.


Disclosure: did not receive compensation from any company or security highlighted in this article, nor from CNBC as well. Consider this as basic information only and utilize professional services and additional sources before making an investment decision. Additionally please refer to the CNBC mad money website for any additional information regarding the stocks mentioned above. #stockstowatch #money #finance #investing


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