all rallies look the game but l sell offs are diffent in their own way. including this one where the dow plunged 276 points. that's the worst start since 2008. the nasdaq nose dived 2.08% although that represents a descent recovery. thank you. the scribe that penned that bull versus bear analysis. sure i know he was talking about families but the same logic applies to the stock market. each different cause of the decline determines how you can profit from a period give and sell off and that's what "mad money" is about, profiting. not just saying woe is me. think about this, bring in a rally trader and think about what hasn't moved the lock step in the s&p. a rally should include almost everything because rallies reflect generally positive events that resinate with all
that is totally not the case with sell offs which is why we need to plunge into them on a case by case basis. take this one. y don't we set the clock back until early last evening. pretty much at the same time that the new york jets were busy being eliminated by the buffalo bills in an afternoon game that mirrored the devastation of the bulls on this, the worst opening day for the dow since 2008. yep. early sunday evening the futures would signal that we are going to rally at the opening. why? because we remain in crazy town where higher oil prices translate into higher stock prices. again, you k kw i think that's ridiculous. especially because oil was rallying off on actual issue involving a war between the saudis and the iranians. it could end up bottling iran's future production.
and d stroyed it and makesesense that oil could go higher and then it all broke loosz in china. trading down 7%. so sellers overwhelm the chinese stock market in an obvious attempt to beat t e breakers and that selling triggered the halt. call it a self-fulfilling prophesy. now the chinese communist party has done it's best to encourage selling of all sorts. going so far as to criminalize certain kinds of selling given the hundreds of people executed for white collar crimes over the years in china. you take a big risk if you dump stock on mass. balance against the authorities that don't want selling are the actual fundamentals which had been deteriorating for some time. so the chinese market deserves to come down. but as we learn in that western
nothing to do with it. and the sooner you understand that, the more likely you are to turn bullish on china at the 3,000 level. currently down about 10% from here that the communist drew in the sand during the august 2015 sell off that brought our market down more than 10%. pretty much in lock step. much of what traders do involved pattern recognition. know from the timing and the break down that china is the real cause of today's decline. we know that the last chinese spill over produced very hefty losses here but we also know that t tse losses were exacerbated by glib comments from federal reserve officials. including one senquin about a rate hike. we have already had a rate hike in the not too distant pass. so other than increase that seemed to be required about when the next hike will occur there's not a similar wait on the market this time around.
china caused the sell off worldwide. we were down around 2%. we also know that china could cause a greater than 10% decline like this past august. this minus the fed settling being thrown on the fire could give us maybe, what, 5 to 7% decline? of which we juju got 2%. remember we're playing percentages here. we don't know if the s&p will stay in the ballpark so we most likely should sit on our hands until we get to somewhere near that level. sell offs can be vicious and we e don't t ed to be heros. especially when the fed is tightening. we must always be willing to take a pass. even as our ultimate goal is to buy stocks at reasonable prices. what is wortrtbuying? what should be sold? the industrials are closely linked with china. even as the only real exposure comes from companies involved with metals and mining.
the plague year that was 2016. what's up with the financials? no go. flight to safety in the bond market lessens the chance that they're going to go higher. tech, interesting but only select ones. the companies have nothing to do with any part of sell phones because the marginal buyers are the chinese although i'll exclude apple and talk about it later in the show. i prefer to buy tech on day three of any sell off because i'm worried about global economoc sensitivity. i want to avoid it whenener popoible. which leads us to three groups, retail, health care, and consumer package goods. what should be our targets? what can we start buyiyi? we need certainly. who has given us certainty recently? they just cleaned up a big patent mess and allowed us to see the stock is cheap.
name. a positive note from jp morgan and it could go to a takeover. colder weather lowers the risk here. we have to let it come down before we pull the trigger. pfizer not expected versus their growth rateses and the company that runs the now much better performing olive garden has a excxclent dividend. there. there, that's your down and dirty shopping list. the companies we know that are doing ll that can continue to perform well because that's what theyeyid last time we had d china scare and there's not much guess work about the earnings how about f.a.n.g. they all have minimal exposure to china. netflix hasn't gotten there yet. amazon is just scratching the surface. facebook doesn't nd china.$% they wanted to show they were winners going into the e e of next year.
apple outperforming. when do you put the triggers? maybe it's three days this time around. that means you want to start your buying tomorrow.. but not if the market opens up because that pattern brings out sellers. obviously you only want to buy down or your buying merchande only on sell and that's foolish. that's your sell off game plan. chances of it working, pretty descent because it worked before. because of human frailty don't you buy all at once. what if you want to contribute to your 401k money. buy some s&p. what do you do then? and all ofofhis is noise. wait a couple of days. is it really that simple? not necessarily but it's what the professionals do. now you u ve their game plan
dennis in michigan. >> hi, jim, the airline stocks are taking a beating. in pararcular jeb blue which is down over 16% in over a month, okay? yet the oil is low and it has been low. what are your thoughts on jet blue and the airline stocks in general. >> these stocks are all very general. at the same time people think they cannot make the estimates and that's why they're going down. i happen to o ke alaska. i like delta. i like aal and i like jet blue and then united. south western, it depends on where it is but it's going to deliver a good quarter. let's go to frank in new york. frank. >> hey, jim. blackberry's most recent earning showed software revenues growing faster than expected.
would you be auyer of this stock at this time? >> yes. yes. that's the first time in about 50 points. i like that last quarter. it showed me that the company is engaged in a serious turn around. i would love the ceo to come on air. he tells a compelling story. i do not like the stock. i don't believe you'll get more than a 20% increase but the down side is limited. that's the first time i haha said anything positive about blackberry in multiple years but i went through that conference call and i liked what i heard. let's go to john in new york, john. >> booyah, jim. personal thank you to giving extra analysis of what to do in the stock market. here's my question. about a year ago i bought some anheuser-busch stock for yield and growth. i know you saw them carefully and you're on the money again with the coors analysis.
the stock? do i sell it and move into constellation brands or do i sell the bud and go up to a totally different beverage group other than these three. >> you c me to the quick. you have three stocks i like. i like it very much. i think all three are good. we had him on recently. it's just doing great because of the justice department ruling and what can i say? good growth. i like them all three. don't need to shoot any i'm sure. what can i say? but look at this as an portunity. now you have a sell off. remember, committing to s&p all noise. 2015 maybe in the books but knowing what separated last year's winners from losing could be the key to a profitable 2016. especially after today's decline.
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>> i make no apologies for my love of the dow jones industrial average as an index. even on a day like today where it just gets hit. others misdoes it as a poorly way to index. and it is true also that there's been so many changes to the dow over the years that it may be an inconsistent measure of things. shouldn't starbucks be in? should sis coe and intel still
and not facebook and not google? or alphabet. the dow remains the face of the market. even if it's not the benchmark that funds use to measure their performance. just think about it today. what was the first thing we heard about the utal sell off. dow is down 400. the dow, the dow, the dow. that's why tonight i want to give the index it's due by highlighting the biggest winners and the losers and what to do with them now. let me reiterate beginning of 2016 z i iry to do almost every year of the show's existence that for the first $10,000 you save up you should not be picking individual stocks instead you should put money in an index fund i recognize e r most people it's too#hard to spend d me picking stocks bubu
cohort that once helped pick individual stocks. i would never recommend it to the dow jones average because there's more stocks in the index. it's always investing in index fund but they're still incrediblylymportant. that's why tonight i'm going to go over first the five best performers in the inexdnd anne this five worst in order to assess their proroects for 2016 because we need a little positivity. that means nike rallied some0% last year. first let me say that nike's performance was astounding and it's a credit to the ceo and his team. i mention his name because i still regard him as the best and most underknown ceo in the
how could that be. and not because there's a bizarre uprising. i'm talking abououyou know it comes from toiling out and makes it the most underdom in a to in the world. they really do act like underdogs. nike can repeat it's performance because it's about beating your personal best. think about it. they still have the pvh except for nike. cha was supposed to be a wasteland for everything. it's the market for the whole company. it's the hidden gem which while a small percent of revenues now can add juice to the bottom
so fuse the brand with new editions andnddd it. this could be the year that nike unveils a wearable product worthy of its name that with the help of teammate apple lets you forget that tim cook is on the board of directors and can finally compete against fitbit which had a dynamite christmas. in second place, mcdonald's. up more than 26% last year. at rally is no fluke people. this is a case of new management energizing the joint and being accustomed. tweeted out a near insnsnt thank you to me as he stopped to sneak a diet coke and egg mcmuffin. l daybreak fast. technology reported from around the globe and i think mcdonald's may very wl be a place where you ain't seen nothing yet. especially as we annualize the
next up home depot. my theory of 2016 is that we leave crazy town as lower r l and gas prices brew demonstrable at last. othehe attribute it's greaeaess to have a home improvement spending binge that'only turned on. i love those trends. but the real reason home depot out performed all retailers is it has impeccable knowledge of you and it's own customers and what they need. it helps the ceo find new ways to please. i also believe that home depot is impossisie to amazon higher mortgage rates put a damper on the stock and will trump each time but expect more stocks
last year's number four performing dow general electric is like mcdonald's and playing catch up to its full potential. it's expanded to well in excess of the global con glam rants but we're waiting to see how many things can come from ge. losing it as a financial institution n ile digital ininstrial. this is when it shows how much stock it can buy back. they can use a bigger dividend too. something that can happen given how much cash ge throws off. another goodyear ahead although beating 2015 maybe difficult because of the sheer size of the institution. finally put this one in a category all by itself. microsoft's 19% gain could be compared to what lies ahead t.ceo has so many weapons at his
loved. and a software company that is no longer hated. could microsoft become cool? don't laugh. his personalality seeping into the organization. i don't know how many times to tell you i like this guy. he's a difference maker. the stock can go higher. after today's brutal thrashing i like all the topper formers. i don't know if they could be the best performers this year. you have real competition there from visa to goldman sachs as well as pfizer combining with allergen. much more mad ahead. might look at some of the biggest losers of 2015. could they be this year's winners? don't miss my take. after a hideous day like today i have to find out abobo wing stop. see if it's wings could carry it higher. facebook, netflix, amazon, google can't seem to quit.
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santa claus rally or whatever. i can never keep that one straight. the fact is that all week we aren't just going to search for the winners. we're also going to look for goodness in the losers or at least we'll see if there are any opportunities. and we have e ally small shoes to fill with walmart down 29%. caterpillar off nearly 26% american express down 25%. and united technologies almost 17%. wow. oh, this is tougr than it looks. i like the new ceo except he isn't new anymore and walmart has a lot of problems.
over who would go to the walmart on our vacation last week. lose her to take the pilgrimage. telling, isn't it? second amazon is only going to get better. sometimes i think that jeff besos sits there and says today we destroy walmart and tomorrow he does the same thing and then the next day and the next. here's what walmart needs to do. fer a dozen key items below cost every single day to get people in the store. no one cares about walmart's profitability anyway. crush the earnings estimates and crater the priceceand stop amazon at a game it can't play. get people into the stores. it's an apporent place to shop but at least it's beyond cheap. just take a beating and get on with it.
most sought over products. and i would just get that stuff f your house. third i demand that some of the board be replaced before computer scientist graduates. oh and you know what they can be named later. next up, second worst performer in the dowl caterpillar. all i can say is that cat needs to get into another business. i like this. it's like a zoo. why doesn't it try to consolidate the industry? i meaneveryone knows that t is company has become china c c means mineral cat. so change the darn stripes. caterpillar made horrible acquisitions in the past but that m me them more cat. it needs to be less cat. if not agriculture how about
how about the feds. abc is the watch word. anything but cat for cat. the fact that i'm right about this would be painfully obvious. the third worst performer in the dow american express. people leaving home without it all over the place. down 25% for 2015, what can i say? they need to replace the ceo. he's been there too long and did a good job for a long time. i remember wn i was proud to have an american express card. two geniuses laughing at me for being proud members since '82. what can they do besides change the man at the helm? obviously go by paypal. how can it not be interested in snapping up expedia. that would move the stock up quickly. right now the company is not only doing poorly but we know how much that meant to earnings.
competitors at visa. otherwise no reason to have this true dow dog. i sense that fossil fuels are the new vice. i'm talking about tobacco. i'i'enamored that they're only down 12%. still it is telling that oil couldn't list today despite the tension. what will cause it to rally if not that. finally one winner among the losers united technologies. right before particular market got tough.
that's so far and away that he'll be crushing rolls royce and his climate control division has a fantastitibalance sheet too and if my thinking comes true i doubt the federal reserve will be as aggressive and the united t thnologies, utx with h strong year over year comparisons only sells at 14 times earnings. they just changed their stripes except for united technologies. simply needs to continue on its new course and will find it's way out of the dow jones bow wow chauteau. >> i love your show. you the best staff in the area. >> staff is ununlievable.
all week. >> shares of yahoo! stock. i bought it it with the spin off which is no longer the alibaba stock is no longer going to spin off. the rumors are they might spin off the core business or might sell it. my question is, should i wait and see what happens or sell the shares and put it into top bands. >> top dividend stocks to yahoo!. i don't really feel great about recommending someone selling yahoo! when it's actual core business is valued at nothing. so my reluctance is i think it's worth something.
dividends. ann marie in new york. >> i'm so glad you're back. i had a really goodyear. i really appreciate your help. >> way to go. what's up. >> what do yououhink about the turn around and if you like it at what point, what price would i start buying it? >> this is both a time and price issue. we have to d dl with the fact thatathey're putting in some very special top of the line safety control which is are going to cost a lot of money and we know from an interview with them that they are not having any pick up in the same store sales where it's been difficult. so you have costs going up and traffic going down. that won't change until a year from now.
until wow, september-october? that's a long time and i'd love to see it go better, faster, but that's the safer entry point. $400 price target by some would be hard. rob in florida, roro >> hey, jim, happy new year. >> happy new year to you. >> in your expert opinion when will they raise the dividend, by how w ch and your price target in 2017 and final question, why are they shorting the stock now. >> it's a large position, fraction owners plus.com. it's very inexpensive. just the company that has the biggest deposit base. if the fed does raise it's going to win and do all sorts of good things and earn a lot of money which is what have to care about. putting rates up when it shouldn't. some of the loser of the dow aren't all badad walmart, caterpillar, american express and chevron could be winners if they have to change their stripes.
cramer. >> after a hideous day like this one it's checking on stocks, take wing stop. the chicken wing chain with more than 800 locations came public this past june. more thaha$30 on its first dayay of trading. since then it's down to 22. i was concerned about the super high growth trajectory. they reported a pretty strong quarterback in november. it's the low teens and down to 6.3% earnings bebe. and really terrific times. this say regional national story. it has the vast majority of locations. a new jersey store and i think
count of 18%8% plus at some point you have to figure thermal start with cheaper gasoline. use savings at the pump toxeat out more. restaurant stocks have been hammered. stocks down 47% from post ipo highs. maybe it's picking up. let's take a closer look with charlie morrison. welcome. first time. "mad money." good to see you sir. you have fastest growth of any of the restaurant chains. why? it's the unique concept we have. wings, fries and sides make up 90% of our revenue and w wh that focus and unique flavored experience we provide to our guests it's been something they craved for years and fuelled the growth of the company.
alcohol and dominos have delivery. you don't want to deliver cause you think the taste may not be as good. how can you compete with thosese guys. >> we have been doing it for a number of years. we have one of the most efficient unit economic models in the business today. our average restaurant yields a $1.1 million. about 1700 square feet in the prototype. 75% is carry out. we keep it very simple. very efficient. creates great returns for our franchisees and they continue to keep growing the business with us. >> digital helpful? >> very. >> this year alone we tapped 15% during the fourth quarter. online revenueues about two times more than last year alone and we're going to continue to fuel that. and we're going to continue to focus on that. >> on the last call which is november 5th, an analyst comes
be deceleration. it wasn't clear to me and this was two months ago whether that was necessarily the right call to say it's going to be that slow. >> we haven't provided any guidance. it is growing 12 concutive years and through the third quarter combined our comp growth was over 40% so we have been dealing with high growth here. we still had a great quarter as you mentioned with 6.3% comps. some of that was effected by the football season that started late. >> it's how strong it s. we skew african american and hispanic by design, it is very unusual to ever see that kind of language in documents.
i think it's a testament to the qualititof the customer basese we do it very heavily with hispanic african americans and it's geography in which we started the brand but a lot of that is who the fans are of the brand that are passionate about us. we're in 39 states around the u.s. we found that wings are sr. much a center of the plate item for just about anybody. >> when i lcok at what the company does and you have a lot of snapshots, you can put that anywhere in strip malls and all l different places. >> our asset strategy is to start in a major market and inside the core of the market and that allows us to find all kind of real estate. it's more expensive in a strip center. it's much more efficient for our
returns for our franchisees. >> people aren't worried about labobocosts and commodity costs. where do you fit on both? >> it helps us keep the number of people very low. we have low tuover rates so we're generally paying our emplplees higher than most uld. on the commodity side there's a lot in the market right now. commodity costs are favorable for wings. that will be a benefit for us. >> i have to ask this, troy aikman. we were worried there are other sellers in ipo. should people wait for more stock to hit the market. >> we're evaluated our options and for right now we're going to focus on taking care of shareholders providing great returns and continuing to grow the brand. >> you have tremendous sales growth. itit a great niche concece.
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so i i going to take a pass. >> don't buy, don't buy. >> let's go to mark in colorado. >> 15% yield. looks like a red flag to me. probably have to do more work on th to see how that is sustainable. >> buy, sell, or hold. >> we're after the saudi arabia juan tension. michael in new york, michael? >> hey, booyah, jim. michael from queens. i have been long and heavy in mcgraw-hill.l. >> it's fine. it's a financial. let's two to sebastian in new jersey. sebastian.
i wanted to ask you about sun edison. >> i have been reading the street.com on real money and it really is what i consider to be, yes, i'm going to say it, a dead cat bounce. and they do o unce. i saw it back in 1999. ken in california, ken. >> hello, jim. i'm wondering about kinder morgan. >> keep wondering. the rest of us are wondering ourselves. how about tom in new jersey? >> what's up, man. >> what's shaking? >> i bought twitter last year 26 and changegend i was wondering if it's through the hole. >> twitter. okay i think twitter is going down. my charitable trt owns a small stake in it. why? i think the franchise can be reenergized but i have very little near term hope because
dan in new york. dan. >> happy new year. >> happy new year. >> ball corporation. >> oh, man. the gornment should never have allowed that acquisition. they have a a nopoly when it comes to cans. i say buy. let's go to corey in massachusetts. corey. >> thanks for hahang me on. look out for my resume. but what are your thoughts on oled? >> all right. this is a brilliant company. it's a panel display infrastructure. it's a brilliant company run by brilliant people. it's heavily shorted. i don't understand that. it has descent earnings. i like the stock. and that ladies and gentlemen is the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round ip sponsored by t.d. ameritrade. jay knows how to keep his wheels spinning. nice shorts, dad... they don't make 'em in adult sizes? this is what the pros wear.
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fang. that other popular favorite, apple. what do you do if you own them? what do you do if you want to own them. much of fang has to be avoided for now. they're up so much you have to expect profit taking. it would be insane if you didn't get it. how do i calculate they're too high? i know about money managers. they out perform their benchmark. they also want to show they are with it and have a brain. how do you demonstrate that? you buy the stocks t tt make up
were up huge in 2015. i know this must sound stupid to those that have never run money but anyone in the game and this is demonstrable evidence that it is a game knows betterer once a manager owns any of these names it's incumbent on him to try to keep them higher in the last few weeksksf the year. typically with concentrated buying underneath. what good does ido to own the smart stocks? every point higher i ireases performance. that's the name of the game. so we have two forms of artificial buying that disappears the moment the new year begins and that's this moment. are any ofofhese undervalued? they trade off of growth and retail sales androwth in sign ups and can't be measured against any traditional brick k mortar.. that means no unhurt valuation makes them buyable right here. sure you can buy them if you can't help yourself but why not
the artificial buying weighs off. the good news is they have real eaeaings and price to earnings multltles so they can be valued against the s&p 50 and their growth rates. the bad news is that even with the growth rate amazon has still 37 times this year's earnings estimate by my count. phabet is about 23 times earnings. the stock though has travelled from 530 to almost 800 last year. so give it a little space e d don't forget every one of these stocks will now be in the grips of chartis who will go negative. to wait and go with alphabet first because it's the cheaper. how abouapple? the world somehow decided without growth in cell phones the stock is finished. i say it dominates one part of mobility, the cell phone, the
the mobility of autos. they buy the brain bess hind cars, you own the second leg of mobility. the dominant internet of things segment and a renewable revenue stream. i would love it. just p p my cell phone in ththe and start everything. it's clear from today. you already own it, do i buy more? i say wait. now your ratioiol though which is no different from any other year pretty much since the show began. own apple, don't trade it and please don't bet against the percentages here. thth can be wrong but nonoas often as they can be right. stick with cramer. parents help their children discover the world animals, seen ththe before t sometimes they do it on their own mmm foot
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