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CNBC
Jul 20, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. >>> man, last week i got stumped by george in virginia. who asked me about hh gray. that's hgg for you home gamers. as i promised, i did some extra home work on this one over the weekend. thanks also to my researchers. they really helped me on this. i got to tell you something, george from virginia is on to something. i think i found an intriguing opportunity. and i thank george and all of my viewers who are constantly giving me better ideas than i have myself. hgg is a consumer electronics store that also sells home appliances, washers, dryers, refrigerator refrigerators, mattresses. it's a small company. it's the seventh largest consumer electronics chain in the country. i didn't know about it. it's not in my area. it has 111 stores, mostly in the southeast and midwest. i am way too northeast. again why george has it over me. knees a different area. the long-term plan to s. to expand it in my area and everywhere else, 400 locations. so hgg could be a huge regional to national growth story. and when it comes to retail, as i say in the book "real money," that's exactly what we like
NBC
Feb 6, 2016 3:00am PST
his room in the hotel george the cinq. (applause) - le cap. - [voiceover] the chair. - le chaise. - the wall. - the wall. - le mur, le mur. - [voiceover] sidewalk restaurant. - le cafe terrace. - the dinner. - le diner. - the check. (laughter) monsieur benny, monsieur benny. - huh? - i have told you a thousand times, the word for check is l'addition, l'addition. that is a very simple word in french. - i have trouble with it in italian, too. (laughter) - monsieur benny, now i must go. perhaps i will have more time to spend with you tomorrow. - le oreille, the ear. - will that be all, monsieur? - oh yes, thank you. (laughter) - oh, oh waiter! - oui, monsieur? - you know i will undoubtedly meet a lot of people here in paris, so there's something else i'd like to know. - what is that, monsieur? - how would i say, - star of stage, screen, and television. - yes. - you expect to meet one? (laughter) - i was referring to myself. see, back home, you know in america, i'm known as probably one of the most suave and sophisticated comedians in the entire entertainment industry. as a matter of
NBC
Aug 31, 2012 3:00am EDT
"dress code." >> our first guy is george. >> now, george has been married for 2 1/2 years but he feels he's let himself go a bit. he asked for your help to make him look great for his wife. this is his before picture. >> he looks good! >> he does. let's see what he did for himself. come on out, george. >> oh, gentlemen! >> dude! dude! >> tell us what he did. >> our guys are yelling, you are sexy! >> as i work internationally and i really want americans to compete on a global level. i want us to see ourselves as more. george said, eve, i look like a pasty janitor. he's in the maintenance business. i said, oh, but george i see you as so much more than that. >> christian grey-ish. >> i dressed him up so he could look great for his wife who is on a meditation retreat. >> you like? >> i do. i actually got all the stuff so i'm ready. >> you bought it? >> yeah. >> you look good. >> you know what the best part is? his wife's been on a meditation retreat and been silent. he'll have her screaming now! >> next up we have tim. tim recently lost his job as a financial analyst and is looking to jump
CNBC
Dec 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
which i am fortunate enough to have gotten a copyright here. courtesy of george who is producing "mad money" who gave to it me for the holidays. i almost cried when george gave to it me. i loved that game so much. i asked the ceo of 3m to bring the games back. the point of mentioning all of this from my own makeshift game to stocks and bonds which george bought off of e-bay stocks are fascinating enough to get your kids started in them right now. it's easier than ever. pick some stocks. maybe not of defense companies although they are performing in an odd and positive way. but companies that are familiar to your kids and have them track them and guess which will do better over time. not the growth corporation of america, not the pioneer mutual fund. stocks that are real. here's the bottom line of my childhood stock market obsession. get started early. and they may play for life. because the stock market is a long term contest and one i think the earlier you get in the more you can win. i'm going to mickey in new york. mickey. >> caller: hey jim i want to thank you for all you do. i've
CNBC
Oct 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>>> how about we start the phone calls with george in vermont >> caller: hey i'm calling about blackberry i'm waiting for a throw back in the market and it hasn't happened the new phones look terrific, the price point is attractive versus apple the autonomous vehicle busy they got bm w, mercedes, jm, the radio business, truck tracking business with walmart. the wireless security business i'm thinking there's life time employment there with all the hacking. and thepatent business is paying off obviously, seems to be lots of improvement >> george, you observes know it very very well i think you left out the key detail, the huge amount of cash they have. i can't believer they're not sponsored by anybody or being taken over i think you got it right george, i think it's the history of it that makes people so i'm willing to touch it. you are far smarter than the people who follow this company but our viewers are like that. >>> i like the championship makers here, you know that my dog's named nvidia i think texas instrument is the way to play this industry fur nervous, worried and fear full more
CNBC
Jul 12, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. let's go to george in new york. >> caller: boo-yah! >> boo-yah, george. go ahead. george? >> caller: yes. i'm here. >> you're up. >> caller: okay. jim? i want to -- >> george! i'm curious? >> caller: yes. the stock i want is medallion financial corporation. what should i do? should i buy more? >> i don't know medallion. i don't know taxi. i have to come back on that one. i know the show. but i got come back. i do not know the stock. let's go to vinnie in illinois. vinnie? >> caller: hey, jim. boo-yah. >> boo-yah. >> caller: so my question is about electronic arts. the stock symbol is ea. >> i know ea. it's had a really big run in terms of speculation, i like zynga. i actually like nokia. but i'm not going to recommend ea because it's moved up too much. let's go up -- and that is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> the lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up -- brand new biotech. you may not have heard of epizyme but its cancer treatments have investors putting its stock under the microscope, more than doubling from its ipo price in june. but is it too hot
NBC
Feb 13, 2016 3:00am PST
. i want to congratulate them. (audience laughing) [music] what are you doing, george? oh, hello, dear. well, the plant food i've been using has just done wonders for my fuchsias and azaleas but--well, nothing seems to help my--rubber plant. so, i'm doing a little experimenting. oh, now, george, remember the last time you experimented by mixing your own weed killer? oh, well, now, martha, we needed a new lawn, anyway. maybe some of the members of your garden club can suggest something to use on the plant. what, me, ask those hot house has-beens for advice after the way they treated me? never. now, i'll just put this in here and-- [frog croaking] good grief. out, boy, scat. out, out. martha, those little beasts have just got to go.
CNBC
Jun 12, 2013 6:00pm EDT
i'll feel like we a are -- ♪ hallelujah >> -- diversified. george in new york, george? >> caller: dr. cramer. i've dealt with the rest, i'm on the phone with the best. george from new york city. >> thank you. >> caller: i'm also a member of your travel trust and no matter wherever i travel to, you're always in front of me. >> you're the best. and thank you to subscribing. i'll tell stephanie link you said that. what's up? >> caller: i have -- let me know what you think about diversified i am, please. facebook, linn, apple and joy. >> wow, got 100% action alerts there. and facebook, we got the big update, i think the bottom is in, that's internet, apple, what can i say that hasn't been said by apple? i don't have much. adt is a big disappointment. but it's a housing play. linn energy, that's been a tough one to own in oil, but i believe in that merger, and joy global, down and out mineral companies, this is a mining company, housing company, this is an oil, this is tech and well this is internet and tech, and i'm telling you that is diversified. there have been tough ones there, but i
CNBC
Jul 22, 2015 6:00pm EDT
. let's go to george in virginia. george? >> caller: how are you doing today? >> real good, george. how about you? >> caller: i love your show. first-time caller. listen in addition to buying umbrella i bought a stock ixys to get into the drone market. ixys and umbrella both took off like bulls and umbrella continued, but ixys has turned into a bear and i was wondering if that's due to the market or there's trouble with the company? do i buy more or do i sell and get rid of it or hold on? >> i've got to tell you, this is one of those stocks that is a -- let's just say a second to ambarella, and i would rather own the best. i find when i own the second best i often get hurt but i would like to have the company on air because i'm sure they have good product, but am barella, they have so many markets i feel much more confident. i like the mosaic business that ambarella has. remember this is a market that will pay for growth gopro, ambarella and fitbit they're not too expensive for the average growth manager out there and it can go higher. much more ahead, including a biotech that can
CNBC
Aug 21, 2009 6:00pm EDT
carolina and speak with george. george? >> caller: yeah, jim. >> george? >> caller: booyah. >> what's on your mind there? >> caller: thank you for your show. i haven't missed an episode in months. with every bit of news having such an effect on the market, would it be better to wait until any news is out or wait until the next part of news is released especially nor the nfo investors? >> you're approaching it all wrong! you wait for good stocks with companies that are good that the stocks fall. you are trying to time it as a part of an s&p situation! the standard & poor's. look at these companies as individual companies. if good stocks, have stocks that get beaten up, then you pull the trigger! joe in new york. joe? >> caller: hey, jim. how you doing today? >> not bad, chief. how about? >> caller: i'm all right. i'm hanging in there. >> good. what's up? >> caller: you always say pigs get slaughtered. but is there ever a time to sell during a big rally? >> well, i mean, time not to take profits. if the market's dramatically oversold, if it's down really huge, then i think yo
CNBC
Apr 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
are a lot more equal than others, to paraphrase the late great stock picking auteur george orwell. as your investing coach, i'm taking the time every day this week, special series, to help you understand what makes for a smart if not a genius acquisition, one where you want to buy the stock of the acquirer, not the target, because it could make you some mad money. the way to do it? we let the market tell us. we let the market do our screening for us. when the stock of the company doing the buying, not the selling, the buying in a deal jumps on the news, it's a very rare and unusual thing in any market as the buyer's stock is usually pushed down by all kinds of concerns from dilution to questions about funding to worries about execution. when an acquirer's stock goes up, i think you've got a winner. that's why i like a stock that i have not focused on since it came public. and the stock is called triumph group. the symbol, you've probably not heard this. triumph group. the symbol is tgi. like tgif. anyway, tgi, an aerospace structures and systems supplier, making everything from mechan
CNBC
Oct 6, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. let's go to george in vermont. george. >> caller: hey, jim. how are you? >> not bad, george. how about you? >> caller: good, good. let's get right to the point her here. novat. el wireless makes the device for mobile internet. do you recommend it? >> it's been inconsistent, my friend. but go ahead. >> caller: sprint verizon, singapore telecom, vodafone europe, canada. they have no debt. foreign cash. there's been a dell 4300 spotted in an fcc application. the ceo is going on and on on the charlie rose ceo, the sprint ceo talking about it. it was more an ad for mify than it was sprint. ? i love charlie. it's like bloomberg's talking to him. everybody likes charlie. but they've had losses. and my companies that i recommend on the mobile internet tsunami do not have losses. so i'm going to take a pass on yours and continue to recommend the ones that i like. i'm going to a familiar face right now. i'm going to steve in pennsylvania, who i think is from hunt val. steve! >> caller: boo-yah, from huntingdon valley. >> i use the short hunt val because steve and i go back to the beginning
CNBC
Jul 23, 2009 11:00pm EDT
sentiment from famous george orwell. i've been bullish on palm. so far it's been a good call. but i think if you own it, i think the time has come to take profits. again, we know that you can have more than one smart phone to be bought, but there is only room in your diversified portfolio for one smart phone stock. and i think that play is apple. now, it's apple without a doubt. all right? obviously apple is the better company with the better product. i don't think anyone would argue that point. the new iphone 3-gs which launched barely two weeks after the palm pre is so much better that comparing the two smart phones is like comparing apples like this one to those fake apples. you know, the ornamentation kind that you never want to make the mistake of biting into. oh. [ inaudible ] and i'm mott even covered -- the new -- i'm not even covered. the new iphone sold more than 1 million units by the third day after it was launched. when apple reported this week, it said it's been unable to make enough of the phones to meet demand. i call that a high-quality problem. the rave reviews, the new
CNBC
Oct 17, 2016 6:00pm EDT
just for you right here on "mad money." i'm jim cramer, and i will see you tomorrow. >> george: taking an invention from concept to reality takes hard work. >> i think we've gotta take a bunch of weight out of it. >> deanne: and a willingness to do it over and over again. >> i've been at this over 16 years. >> george: but 98% of inventions never make it to market. >> all i see is problems, problems, problems, problems. >> deanne: to beat those odds, inventors need help. >> i've been ready to take this to a totally different level, i just need help. >> that's where we come in. curtis. >> oh, my gosh. >> hi. >> hey. >> i'm deanne bell, a mechanical engineer and mentor for inventors. >> i'm george zaidan, an m.i.t.-trained chemist and advisor to startups. >> deanne: and together, with our design and engineering team, we take inventions to the next level. >> how cool is that? >> holy cow. >> we'll share our expertise.
NBC
Feb 11, 2016 3:00am EST
cares about the long-term. george in florida, george. >> caller: yes, cramer, boo-yah. >> boo-yah. >> caller: my question is carnival cruises. it's had excellent growth. 22% since december especially with the buyers. >> this is -- i hate to put this deadly to boel but this is similar. the stock is down to 2.76% yield at 43. you know arnold donald. he's come on the show. i wish he'd come back. great guest. it's down 20%. you put on half today and the next bit of bad news you buy the other half. it's ridiculous. mike in delaware. mike, mike, mike. >> caller: hey, jim. i'm 28, just starting a new job and going to be invest ing in retirement for the first time. i heard to invest in cbi and cbs, but with the market how it is i'm nervous to invest. should i invest in those? >> i love the question. cbi is too relate tos fossil fuels. cvs which is charlie victor run by a fine merlot and is doing well. the stock reported a great quarter. i would buy that. don't be afraid. buy 25% of it now. say you want a hundred shares. tomorrow buy 25. 90, another 25, 85 another 25 and at 80, buy 50. and
CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
hemophelia group. so we have plenty to look forward to. let's talk to dr. george the o ceo, welcome to "mad money." >> thank you. >> pleasure to be here. >> doctor, let me ask you this, when i look at the prospects for bg12, i see maybe the ultimate pill for this disease and i wonder whether it is so great for patients that it will hurt your other franchise. >> that is a good question. we don't think that it will. we see other segments in the market. we see diverse populations and we are very happy now to have three very good products on the market now that will appeal to broad ksegments to the population. >> i think no doubt this is going to be a gigantic drug. i'm trying to think who would take an injection versus a pill. >> some patients are on avanex that are being well treated. their disease is well controlled and there is no reason for them to switch. as you said, it provides a high level of therapy to patients and they are happy with that drug. we have 30% of the ms market. that means we don't have 70% of the market and we intend to get some of that 70%. >> i stood by you guys when t
CNBC
Jan 8, 2013 11:00pm EST
papers that started regeneron. but when we opened the labs in 1989, george my partner, we believed that the key to the business was to do good science and focus on patients and then get individual scientists and treat them well and let them run and they would get across the finish line like they have. >> i thought the sales were amazing. people expected even more. did they expect more because one of your competitors was caught up in a pharmacy compounding problem? is that what people expected because of the problem with your competitor? >> yeah, it is hard to know what drives it and what people exactly expect and why they expect it. but there was a problem with compounding pharmacies. people had fungal meningitis and died from injections of drugs. but that put a question mark around a lot of drugs and people thought that the market leader actually, this drug avacin which is used off label but made by compounding pharmacies would shift to the branded drugs, i don't think that was a reasonable expectation, we had a strong quarter, we are at a run rate that is well over $1 billion. we
CNBC
Jun 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
-- you want to get something safer. get conoco. george in new jersey. >> caller: yes, jim. how are you? >> real good, george. >> caller: a boo-yah from freehold township, new jersey. >> not far from ocean grove where i hope to be soon. what's up? >> caller: jim, i'm trying to make an investment as an addition to my basket of drug stocks in astrazeneca. >> no growth. it has a nice yield. i prefer to think the yield may be a red flag. i don't like it. i want you in eli lilly for the best yield and growth. john in florida. >> caller: hey, jim. how you doing? >> not bad. how about you? >> caller: good. my stock today is pen grove holding energy trusts. >> too levered to the price of oil. go to conoco. i want to go to woody in massachusetts. >> caller: hey. i got infatuated with apple siri so i bought nuance. >> it's okay. too speculative for this guy. i don't want to touch it. ralph in florida, please. >> caller: hey, jim, boo-yah. calling about athena health. how will obamacare affect this? >> doesn't matter what the supremes do. andy in ohio. go ahead. >> caller: okay. jim, i recently bo
CNBC
Oct 16, 2009 11:00pm EDT
to do work on it rather than say it's fine. george in florida. >> caller: hi, jim. >> hey, george. >> caller: boo-yah to ya from florida. shell. >> recommended it lower. we recommend it here. 10% from where we like it. it's incredibly cheap. i would pick them up and hold it to 7. oh, boy. i think you should check out tonight's trivia question and i think you should stick with cramer! remember to evacuate the j & j and young dance floors. here is a topping for ya. hey, this piece is looking bad. these kwarts were taking their cue from -- >> ♪ dancing ♪ >> yeah. could it be that new mono stat topping? wow. remember to vac to j & j and young dance floor. don't be infected by the press releases because the beast kills us. here's a topping for you. hey, this piece's skin looks bad. >>> this week we are focussing on one big trend that i don't, sadly, think is going away any time soon. it's homeland security and counterterrorism. think of it as like 24. not even for the next season of 24. without all the action and a lot more socks and a better looking leading man. no offense to kief
CNBC
Apr 8, 2010 6:00pm EDT
store management has got some nice people working there. how about george in florida? unshooin, george. >> caller: hey, jim. boo-yah to you from vero beach, florida. >> i wish i was there. i'm stuck here. what's on your mind? >> caller: i have a two-part question, if it's okay. i was wondering if 13 and change is still too high to buy it? >> listen, cowboy. jdsu is not too high. that is one of the best plays along with akamai on high-speed internet. i've got to tell you. by the way, mlb.com, why don't you test your system the other day? you were completely out. had you used jdsu, at least i wouldn't have been -- i might have been able to catch that first game. how about mark in iowa? mark. >> j >> jim, a big, bad boo-yah from iowa. >> what's on your mind? >> caller: i'm thinking of dumping bank of america. >> you're wrong! you're wrong! you're wrong! you're wrong! bank of america, i just picked some up. you're selling it to me, partner. stand up and take your medicine. let's go to jeff in michigan. jeff? >> caller: hey, how you doing, jim? >> not bad. >> caller: big boo-yah. my
CNBC
Jan 19, 2010 6:00pm EST
losing things in a bear market which occurred because of the wild west investment world of george bush where people shot first and the regulators regulated later. the bottom line, we care about the massachusetts senate race and what happens in washington because of what they mean for the market and your hard-earned dollars. your profits come first. not my political opinions. they simply don't enter it. when i roll up my sleeves and put on the investing coach hat every day at 6:00 and 11:00 eastern on cnbc. let's go to john in texas. john? >> caller: hey, jimbo. b booya from texas. >> i'm willing to do the show from there if the aggies step up. what's on your mind? >> caller: i have a question about chevron. >> love it. >> caller: i have heard bad news reports over the last few weeks. i own it. >> all right. >> caller: i heard about a tax on pipelines, forecast lower herbings in the fourth quarter and now saying it will be pulling out of certain markets and decreasing the refining business because of lower worldwide demand. i know you have said in the past that any portfolio needs
CNBC
May 15, 2017 6:00pm EDT
spades. george in california. george? >> caller: structure funding, what's the gamble jim to holding on to nucor? >> we told our travel trust holders, it's in a straight line, being hurt by the others, and if you want to look at chinese infrastructure. it's going -- betty in connecticut. >> caller: i want to know what you think of cigna stock in light of all the trouble they had with the merger. >> i think that they're a big winner in the republican plan, i think that's what people have to start recognizing, cigna, united, they're all winners. how about nick in california. nick? >> caller: boo-yah, mr. cramer. first i want to say that i really appreciate you and everything you have taught young investors like myself. >> thank you. >> caller: i have a question about amd, after the second quarter guidance was released, the stocks fell 20%. is now my time to buy? >> i think it's fine, i think that the company really botched its conference call. they really gave you no real sense of things. but snap's bouncing back, so amd can bounce back too. >> caller: jim, viacom is my stock. >> this thi
CNBC
Aug 5, 2014 6:00pm EDT
little, it's pausing, then we'll do some buying. let's go to george in california. george. >> caller: jim, hello from crimson color class of '84, orange and black class of '56. >> there you go. >> caller: i'm getting mixed signals on mmp, ma ggellan midstream partners. lower oil prices and -- >> mmp is a really terrific situation. that's a great growth situation. i would not back away from that. okay. 3 1/4 yield. people think rates are going to go higher. maybe you wait and buy some here and then you buy some more. that is a terrific situation. corey in california. >> caller: boo-yah, mr. cramer. how are you doing? >> all right. how are you? >> caller: great. thank you. long-term investment. >> you said the key word, long term. nothing is going to happen short term. sprint did not have a great quarter. people feel there has to be a deal. if there's a deal the stock goes higher. if there's no deal, the rush is not going to go higher. that is not going to happen overnight. that, ladies and gentlemen, concludes the lightning round. >> announcer: the lightning round is sponsored by t.d. amer
CNBC
Feb 12, 2010 6:00pm EST
starting with george in california. george! >> boo-yah, mr. jim cramer, what's going on, buddy? >> you know, just having some fun. how about you? >> doing great, man. >> thank you. hey, just wanted to find out what's going on with sprint? >> i didn't like that quarter. there wasn't a lot to like there. i have to tell you something, we needed to see some momentum. we have verizon and at&t just shooting at everybody and we have google coming in with high-speed lines and you have to have a good yield to stay in that joint. let's go to enripa in maryland! >> boo-yah from where the spotos are pounding down and we're all fans of you and lady gaga. >> that's the second germantown caller this week, and i've got to tell you something, the paparazzi are going to be all over you! what have you got? >> hi, jim. i have poly 1, but i don't know if i should sell it, buy more or hold onto it. >> why would you sell poly 1 in my friend at bbnt which is a met fan which i'm down grading them to junk -- yeah. yeah! downgrade them to junk. i think that poly one is a strong, strong buy and my friend karim is
CNBC
May 8, 2013 6:00pm EDT
alcoholping at the bit. it never comes down. it's a buy. >>> george in florida. george. >> caller: hi, jim, boo-yah. a great program, a great program. >> thank you. >> caller: jim, i have a large holdings in boeing. the sequester doesn't seem to have affected the stock. the dividends are good. i'll make about 5-grand this quarter. but i got a problem. i keep hearing rumors about their management and their ipos can continuing, the problems of outsourcing, supply issues, subcontractor issues. and i'm a casualty of enron, so i'm being very careful. and i wonder, should i keep it or just get out? >> enron was a fraud. i testified with -- an behalf of the people of the united states against enron. i will tell you this, boeing should never be put in the same sentence as get boeing is the greatest manufacturers the world has. if their management is problem mat ec, everybodys is. they're the best in the industry. i think it's by the way the largest source of why the dow is going up, the secret ingredient to this amazing bull market, unlikely suspect, walk, by no longer being important! [ musi
NBC
Jan 12, 2016 3:00am CST
won't be genuinelelcheap until -- george in texas. george? >> caller: jim, thanks for all that you do. i'm watctcng sketchers, i'm wondering if you still like it. >> yeah, i like sketchers. but we always have to understand what kind of market we're in. we're in a market where sketch certificates a speculative stock, therefore y y put it away and recognize we're in a market which is absolutely in bear mode, a ridiculous market for even the best companies, and sketchers is one of the best. so we can judge the cocoany or dge the stock. the stock is not going to reflect anything good right now because the market won't let it tony in missouri. >> caller: booyah, jim! jim, i've been watching your show for many years, i want to thank you for all your sound market advice. >> caller: my question today is where do you see target's share price in the next six to 12 months? >> it's in my travel trust. it did fall down when they ported that last number, because the online business wasn't that good. that could change. in the meantime it's not xpensive and it has a good yield and i like retail in an
NBC
Feb 20, 2016 3:00am PST
you think. i just raised your rent. george, will you please move the television set? martha, no wonder our picture isn't as clear as it used to be. just look at the dust on the back of this thing. i don't see how a little dust on the back could affect the picture. well, some of it's bound to have seeped inside. george, what are you doing? just taking the back off, my dear, so that we can dust it out. i know what i'm doing. i'm not through with the carpet yet. well, it'll only take a minute. dennis: hey, mr. wilson. tell him i'm not home. tell him i'm taking a nap. tell him i've gone to timbuktu. hello, dennis. hi, mrs. wilson. is--hey, mr. wilson, will you help me with my project? project, what project? it's for school.
CNBC
Jun 17, 2015 6:00pm EDT
were very strong yesterday. george in new jersey. >> caller: yo jim this is george from glass borough new jersey. your take on exxon. >> exxon stock is below where oil was when it was lower. this is crazy. the stocks are not reflecting the fundamentals. they're too cheap. going to ryan in california. >> caller: ansg. >> yeah secular growth story, terrific. don't forget the five and three hmos one more. mark in minnesota. >> caller: yes how are you. >> i'm doing great. how about you. >> caller: very good thanks. my question is when it comes to energy sectors i know in the past you've favored eog, etp or chest peak in the past and i owned etp and eog for couple of years and considering buying more but sold chest peak year ago is it time to get back in. >> remember we divorced chest peak much more natural gas liquids and that's the part of business that is not any good. we like oil here. sorry. and that ladies and gentlemen is the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round is sponsored by -- what's up with these things, victor? we decided to give ourselves stickers for eac
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Aug 3, 2009 6:00pm EDT
? >> caller: boo-ya, cramer. i'm in lake george, new york. >> man, lake george. coldest, clearest lake in the world. i love it. what's up? >> caller: after a weekend of research as you teach about in your book i came across an article from april saying this company was seeking approval to install a natural gas pipeline. is it a buy? >> yes. good yield. i like the company. i think that's an excellent company. i think you should put some of that into your portfolio. tom in pennsylvania? >> caller: hey, jimmy, this is tom from pennsylvania. >> good to have you on the show my good friend. what's up? >> caller: what's up? i don't know but i know gold is down in florida. how you doing? >> not bad. how about you? >> caller: boo-ya. >> how about a stock? >> caller: this is also the home of your friend tony francona of the boston red sox. >> no, no. charlie manual. that's okay. what's up? >> caller: what i want to know is ccl, carnival cruise line. >> it's okay. i can't rave about it. why can't i rave about it? because it's up a lot. it's certainly doing better than the other one, royal crown. roy
CNBC
Jul 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
? >> from george washington. facebook's numbers are coming out tomorrow. >> right. >> what are your thoughts on it being able to compete with google's advertisement? >> google is on fire. that was a beautiful quarter. they are moving aggressively in mobile in a terrific uh way. i don't know if facebook can do that. we had zynga's quarter after the bell. i was telling david faber that it's still too early to buy. zynga, if extrapolated to facebook and they are doing that, facebook may not be so hot. i don't like the stock here. another question. >> hi, jim. carl from new york. >> how are you? >> good. i have stock in activision. is that worth playing? >> no. that's a flat line stock in a flat line business without growth. i need a special situation like apple or western e digital where the growth goes from bad to good or a consistent dividend. you have neither when it comes to that stock. sorry. can't like everything. in this game of telephone at&t could ring in the profits for you. listen, it's not that i don't like verizon, they are both good. right now on an apples to apples and a
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Apr 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
biggie fries. george in arizona, george? >> caller: boo-yah, mr. cramer. >> boo-yah. >> caller: love your show. >> thank you. >> caller: my stock is seadrill, sdrl. >> i'm blessing seadrill. and i'm going to paris. but it's in california. paris. >> caller: how you doing, jim? by way of my wife's grandmother, i wanted to know what you thought about pxp. >> congratulations, but ring the register. and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the -- you have to put the phillies record here? that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the "lightning round." >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up -- buyer beware. leveraged etfs promised more fire power, but wondering why the numbers don't always add up? stick around. cramer's opening your eyes to a potential solution. >>> hey, don't tell me i haven't told you so. i've warned you many times about the dangers of owning etfs that don't behave the way you think they would. you have commodity etfs that trade futures where the performances can get crushed when they roll over the futures contracts every month. you have t
CNBC
Jul 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
"lightning round"! are you ready? we'll start with george in florida. george >> caller: well, jim, thank you for taking my call tonight. >> it is my pleasure, sir. how can i help >> caller: well, jim, if i can first, i'd like to say hello to a very dear friend of mine, donald rapost. he's located up in woodstock, connecticut. and don introduced me to the stock market many years ago. and i feel blessed. >> all right, there you go what's up? >> caller: now, the purpose of my call, i really would like your thought on energizer. >> it's just okay. i prefer actually to o own proctor & gamble where you've got a fabulous engagement investor procter is the way to go let's go to billy in virginia. billy? >> caller: hey, jim. how is it going? >> it's all right. how about you? >> caller: good. thanks for having me do you think the share quality is reflective of the lack of knowledge or confusion about the company going in the right direction? >> they've got cash but not momentum i think it's correctly priced. taylor in california >> caller: jim, how are you doing? great show. >> thank you, taylor.
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Nov 7, 2015 3:00am CST
miguel. george in florida. george? >> caller: love your show, never miss it. i want to ask you about boeing. i dumped out of boeing a couple of weeks ago when the ceo of delta said there will be a glut of wide body aircraft and now i hear today that boeing lost the bid for america's next generation of bombers to replace the b-52. get out? >> it's interesting you say that. my charitable trust says we bought lockheed martin. why? because jane wells had a good piece saying lockheed martin and boeing are going to challenge northrop grumman. most challenges fail but i think the stocks have come down because they didn't win the contract. don't forget boeing you have to buy the planes in dollars so it doesn't have that weak dollar thing. it doesn't have the conundrum bothering so many stocks. jerry in new york. jerry? >> caller: hi, jim, jerry in new york. i'm calling for whitestone, queens and i have an investment in a company that specializes in wireless communication and it's up about 15% today and the ceo has said that he has two inventions that he will reveal next year that will revolu
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Nov 11, 2016 3:00am MST
malice toward none. tell me this isn't like when george bailey wakes up in the middle of that nightmare in "it's a wonderful life" and he finds out there's innate goodness when men and women come together. it sure feels like that to me except this is reality, not a okay. maybe it's because i'm imbued with the strength and power of some of the greatest people our country has to offer, a group of 40 cadets from west point as well as veterans and reserve personnel that i too feel my saturnine skepticism melting. would you be any different surrounded by these wonderful young people who are committing their lives to serving our country in the most honorable way possible? yeah, i bet you'd feel exactly i always address the people at home, but i turn to you now in the audience that represent the millions of men and women and their families who have joined the armed forces. and i say, thank you. we civilians hope we never let you down. we need to serve you whether it means hiring you after you've completed your duties or simply acknowledging those in uniform with a smile and a, "thank
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Sep 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. that said i'm going to take a pass. stocks had a very big move. george in new york. george! >> caller: yeah, booyah, jim bo from a philadelphian. >> love it. what's up? >> caller: hey, i need to know about walmart. i've been hearing so much mixed emotions about it. >> all right, last quarter wasn't that good, stock 75-71 and bounces back to 73. we wait for a retest of 73 before we pull the trigger. and that is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> the lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. the same one we ask ourselves every day. is it the strongest, the most efficient? have we created the kind of vehicle to move not just people... but an industry forward? are we there yet? are we really? [ male announcer ] are we there yet? we are, for now. introducing the all-new seven passenger gl. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. on december 21st polar shifts will reverse the earth's gravitational pull and hurtle us all into space. which would render retirement planning unnecessary. but say the sun rises on december 22nd, and you still need to retire. td ameritrade's inve
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Sep 11, 2012 3:00am PDT
move. george in new york. george! >> caller: yeah, booyah, jim bo from a philadelphian. >> love it. what's up? >> caller: hey, i need to know about walmart. i've been hearing so much mixed emotions about it. >> all right, last quarter wasn't that good, stock 75-71 and bounces back to 73. we wait for a retest of 73 before we pull the trigger. and that is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> the lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. [ female announcer ] caroline penry began using olay total effects in 2001. since then, there's been one wedding, 2 kids, and 43 bottles of olay total effects. so in spite of 185 tantrums 378 pre-dawn starts and a lot of birthdays, caroline still looks amazing. thanks to the trusted performance of olay you can challenge what's possible. 60 years, millions of women, real results. on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a
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Dec 1, 2016 6:00pm EST
george in new jersey, george. >> caller: good evening, jim. my stock is toro. >> wow. you know, i have not looked at toro in some time. i can give you a read-through from home depot if it would make you feel good. but that's not what it's about. let's do some work and find out how toro is doing right now. how about dominick in new york, dominick? >> caller: hey, jim, thanks for taking my call. >> of course. >> caller: is there an upside for home depot this holiday season? >> yes, there is. come on. i mean this is a company that you buy and you hold and you do homework. buy some here. if the trump rally fizzles, you buy some lower. but they had a great quarter, and they are a great company. alex in virginia, alex. >> caller: booyah, jim. thanks for having me on. >> you bet. >> caller: i'm calling about intela therapeutics. >> too risky. too risky. you can do it totally as a spec. that's it. ed in new jersey, ed. >> caller: hey, how is it going, jim? >> real good. how about you, ed? >> caller: great. the question for you is about eto. i've been watching this since it ipoed. >> he we
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Oct 4, 2016 6:00pm EDT
chuck if that value chuck was xerox. >> peter pecked xerox and it ain't going higher. george in new york. george? >> caller: jim, do you think that dalon laser light wave or do you think another company will come in with another bid? >> i don't think so. i think is time for ka ching. where is my ka ching in san francisco? don't have it. matt? >> caller: what's up? i want to give you a big boo-yah. iu. >> iu. we were there with mark cuban. how can i help? >> caller: cvs, buy, sell or hold? >> cvs is way too much. never sell. i was in napa this weekend and this company is run by merlot and he is a finer merlot than in napa. justin? ? >> caller: hi. how are you. >> fine, how are you? >> caller: awk, buy or sell? >> we profiled this company then it came down a lot. we think it's time. we think it is time to buy in. in good shape. carol in florida? >> caller: hi, boo-yah from southern california. hurricane matthew territory. >> oh, good luck. i hope everything works out fine. i see the warnings and i worry. hopefully everything works out fine and misses you. >> caller: i hope so too. i l
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Oct 15, 2015 6:00pm EDT
. george johnson can not fly. he can not see through doors. his speed, anything but superhuman. but when it comes to health care options, george found helpful information and resources at aarphealth.com this makes him feel unstoppable. well, almost unstoppable. discover real possibilities at aarphealth.com today and tomorrow take on the world. here's a company making series of smart acquisition. $1.8 billion cash and stock suddenly bulk up presence in the mid-atlantic. this came right after bb & t closed on purchase of bank in kentucky. it's almost as if this regional bank is using this moment where rates are low but the economy is getting better to start expanding across the rest of the country building a more than regional footprint. bb & t reporting three cent earnings beat higher than expected sales increased by 6.6% year over year. that's one of the reasons why the stock rallied but the whole cohort went up. bb & t still only a couple points above 52-week lows and at these levels trade 1.6 times which is lit l more expensive but not that expensive you want to shy away from. find out
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