Mad Money Lightning Round Recap: June 7th to 11th 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 7th


Clean Energy Fuels Corp.: “It has run out of gas because we’re not going natural gas. I’m sorry.”


Stem Inc.: “Stem is good. I like the idea of what they’ve got. Good infrastructure play.”


LKQ Corporation: “You know I’ve liked LKQ. That’s the best way to make a new car from old parts.”

Tuesday, June 8th


Kimberly-Clark: “Jimmy Chill’s concerned because the only reason I would buy that stock right now is that 3.5% yield because that was not a good quarter. I’m even going to go far as to say that was a bad quarter.”


Allegiant Travel: “I like it. It’s a pure travel play, and we want to get as many travel plays we can because we know that people are starting to go away, and they’re a beneficiary.”


Gap: “Did anyone see the Kanye West, the single $200 jacket today? I thought it looked great, and it’s the first of many. Gap is reinventing itself right in front of our eyes, and the stock is going I think higher.”


Pitney Bowes: “PBI is engineering a turnaround, and I think that the turnaround could be real, but I’ve got to hear back from [CEO] Marc [Lautenbach].”

Wednesday, Jun 9th


Roblox: “It’s just a great long-term story. I waffle over how expensive it is, but, boy, is it a great story.”


Global Payments: “This is a very good company, Global Payments. I’m recommending it. It is a very good company. I would be a buyer.”


Stryker: “Stryker’s an excellent company. I like the device business very much. I happen to like Medtronic more than Stryker, but that’s a good one.”


Stem Inc: “We looked into Stem. It’s an energy storage company. We liked it. We thought it was pretty proprietary.”


Thursday, June 10th


Zim Integrated Shipping Service: “That thing is just too hot for me. It’s too hot. It is just, let’s see where — no. That one’s too hot. I mean, it’s had a very big run and those kinds of stocks are cooling right now. I want you to just walk away for a little bit. I think you can go lower.”


Churchill Capital IV: “I like Lucid and I like Fisker … I don’t like Lordstown, by the way. I think that one’s a bad ride. I believe in Lucid … I think you should own it.”


Kadmon: “You’ve got big-time speculation with Kadmon. Please, understand that’s an up 10, down 10.”


IBM: “If you’re buying [CEO Arvind Krishna’s] IBM, you’re going for growth and I think there will be growth.”


BP Midstream Partners: “These are the kinds you have to be buying. I like Enterprise, I like Oneok. I like this whole group. Why? Because after what I saw today with the Keystone, they ain’t never going to be able to get another pipeline approved in this country, so the ones that are existing are going to make money now.”


AquaBounty Technologies: “I think it’s kind of an interesting situation, but then again I also like Beyond Meat, so maybe I shouldn’t be trusted.”


Trade Desk: “I like Trade Desk. It’s come down, but remember those kinds of high-multiple stocks people don’t like them right now, and that’s one of the most expensive stocks in the entire market … but I’m going to stick by them.”

Friday, June 11th


RH: “I think that they are just getting started. I am not kidding. I think RH goes higher.”


Moody’s: “Moody’s is a buy, but I’ve got to tell you, as much as I like Moody’s, I like S&P Global more.”


Nvidia: “I want you to hold Nvidia and buy some if it comes under $700.”


Sports Entertainment Acquisition: “That’s Eric Grubman’s SPAC. Never bet against Grubman. He is a brilliant man. Maybe one of the most brilliant guests we’ve ever had.”


Chargepoint: “I think Chargepoint is very good, but it has three other competitors that we analyzed, and even though it is very, very good, the fact it has that many competitors makes it a very difficult stock to own.”


Spotify: “Stock’s come down, come down a lot. Management is terrific. I like them very much. I know the podcast area is crowded, but I’m going to say at these levels you want to buy Spotify.”


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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.


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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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