Jim Cramer Likes These Stocks


According to Jim Cramer of CNBC, investors should take advantage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a buying opportunity. According to Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money show, the Russian invasion was not a surprise because the US government had been warning about it for weeks. According to a 67-year-old investor, the current market does not believe President Biden’s threat to impose additional sanctions on Russia. After weeks of underperformance, major technology stocks like Apple Inc. are finally trading in the black.

Insider Monkey takes a look at some of the stocks Cramer talked about in his latest CNBC programs. Preparations for Salesforce’s fourth-quarter results are drawing attention. Salesforce was owned by 110 funds at the end of 2021, compared to 119 funds at the end of the third quarter, according to the most recent data from Insider Monkey. During the COVID era, Etsy was a winner, according to Jim Cramer. It was a good year for the e-commerce company. Etsy expects to make $565 million to $590 million in the first quarter of 2022. It’s a COVID-era success story for Block, according to Jim Cramer. Cash App is “brilliant” and “firing on all cylinders,” according to an analyst. After the company reported strong earnings, other analysts have joined the chorus of cheerleaders. A year after emerging from bankruptcy, the rental car company sold 44.52 million shares for $29 each in its second initial public offering. According to SEC filings, 55 hedge funds owned Hertz at the end of the fourth quarter. Holding Cedar Fair stock, Jim Cramer advised his followers because he believes it will go “much higher.”. Cedar Fair recently said that it rejected SeaWorld’s $63 per share offer for the Ohio-based amusement park firm. For more details, click Jim Cramer Likes These 10 Stocks.