Mad Money Lightning Round Recap: June 21 to 25 2021

Updated: Jul 15

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, June 21


Sesen Bio: “Take some off [the table]. If it doesn’t go right, this thing’s going to go to $1.”


Louisiana-Pacific: “What happens when that multiple shrinks it usually means that the earnings are going to fall apart next year. I disagree with that judgment. I’m with you. I know the stock can go lower because the chart is hideous, but I want to stick with Louisiana-Pacific.”


Gevo: “Gevo’s the kind of company that I think people should have room in their portfolio for because it’s a way to be able to have fuel that is not bad for — look, green chemicals are the future.”


Arlo Technologies: “I’ve got to do some work on that one.”


Nikola: “Life’s too short. Let’s pick another one of these.”


Advanced Drainage: “I think the stock’s going to come down, but I agree with you. I think it’s a very good situation. It’s just a nice, medium-sized-cap story about building and drainage.”


Marathon Oil: “Marathon Oil’s OK. It got an upgrade today. You know I prefer Chevron ... but you’re going to be fine in Marathon. It’s just not as high quality as I would like, but it’s a $13 stock that’s probably going higher.”

Tuesday, June 22


XPO Logistics: “I think XPO is an excellent company and will be even more after this spin-off. Buy, buy, buy.”


Magna International: “I love that company so much. That’s going to be a winner no matter which of ... the SPAC-car companies. They should all just higher Magna.”


Loandepot: “It’s OK. The problem is this is a very, very commodity-oriented business, and if this is new to you and you’re just starting I’d rather you in a dividend stock, I’d rather see you in a more consistent player than Loandepot.”


Torchlight Energy: “That’s a meme stock. It had huge volume, and then they raised money. I am actually a believer in meme stocks that have raised money because then they’re better.”


Qualcomm: “I like Qualcomm. I like Qualcomm a lot. I think it’s a buy here.”

Wednesday, Jun 23


First Solar: “I think you’re in great shape. I think that stock’s going to move up.”


Gan Ltd: “Let’s take that idea off the table. We’ll keep it in our heads, but we’ll take it off the table. There are so many of these gambling companies right now, I don’t want to be in them. There are just too many of them.”


Everi Holdings: “I think you’ve got to take a little off the table. I think you’d be in good shape. That’s a nice gain. Take your cost basis out and then live to play again.”


Stem Inc: “We like Stem. We like what they are doing with the environment. We like what they are doing with energy. I didn’t expect it to take off as well as it did, but the market has suddenly fallen in love with this kind of stock again and I think you’re in good shape.”


PPG: “At this very moment, it is not going to do as well as the higher growth stocks. It just won’t.”

Thursday, June 24


Verizon: “I hear that the quarter is going to be better than expected. I think that they’re doing a lot of business with Apple. I want to buy the stock of Verizon.”


Greenbox Pos: “You should buy PayPal. I think PayPal is the winner. I want to own best of breed.”


Vuzix: “I have to do work on that billion-dollar company. I’ve got to learn more.”


Kinder Morgan: “I think KMI’s good. They’re not going to be able to build a lot of pipelines because the president doesn’t want them, therefore that makes me feel there’s scarcity value and I think you should be buying KMI.”

Friday, June 25


Carlotz: “I’m done with the used cars for now. Carmax may have been the peak when they had that really great number. I’m staying away.”


MannKind: “Speculative stock. I hated the stock for the longest time, and I was right, but everybody on Twitter kept saying, ‘how could he hate it?’ The answer is, now it’s a speculative play that I like, and you can tell your whole family that it’s just for speculation.”


Atossa Therapeutics: “I don’t know it. I’ve got to look into that one.”


TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp: “I don’t want to give up on it.”


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