Jim Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ recap & stock picks Feb. 21, 2020


CNBC’s Jim Cramer gave viewers a preview of what’s circled on his earnings calendar next week and warned that the coronavirus could weigh on how traders respond. The “Mad Revenue” host dove into the earnings reports of the major social media stocks of Fb, Twitter, Snap and Pinterest.

Cramer’s 7 days ahead

CNBC’s claimed Friday that buyers are nervous about how the coronavirus epidemic in China could effect U.S. firms and the marketplace is emotion the impact as the novel virus continues to unfold exterior that nation.

The plunged far more than 227 points, or .78%, the declined 1.05% and the plummeted almost 1.80%.

“The most important thing you need to have to know about future 7 days is that the coronavirus will color anything,” the “Mad Funds” host said. “If the circumstance continues to be as fluid … or if it continues to be dynamic, get prepared for February to stop with a nasty whimper and a bear full of bang.”

Cramer went on to present his activity program for the 7 days forward.

Social media earnings

Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Messenger, Instagram and LinkedIn applications demonstrated on a smartphone monitor.

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The 4 key social media businesses are all accomplishing very well, but the diverging moves that the corresponding stocks manufactured coming off earnings had been have been described by investor anticipations, CNBC’s claimed Friday.

The host crowned the stocks of and as winners denoted and Snapchat-mum or dad as losers.

“It was about the expectations,” he explained. “None of them experienced ideal outcomes, but Fb and Snap had run heading into the quarter, although Twitter and Pinterest had sold off in advance. So Fb and Snap got pulverized when Twitter and Pinterest caught hearth.”

Cramer gave his evaluation of their quarterly studies and stock steps.

Cramer’s lightning spherical

In Cramer’s lightning spherical, the “Mad Money” host ran via his feelings on callers’ favored inventory picks of the day in immediate speed.

: “I have never ever, at any time, ever been a supporter of Cree. I have constantly felt that it was way too episodic in this lighting enterprise. I am going to have to say no to you.”

: “Anyone — I necessarily mean I have appreciated this one particular, by the way, given that it came general public — and you know every person keeps saying it can be going to be acquired. When I hear that everybody suggests it is really going to be acquired, it probably will be, but I do not want to overstay my welcome.”

Disclosure: Cramer’s charitable have faith in owns shares of Facebook.

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