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“Mad Money” takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street’s most respected and successful money managers for free. Cramer is listeners’ personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind—to help you make money. “Mad Money” features the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer and the popular Lightning Round, in which he gives his buy, sell and hold opinions on stocks to callers.
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After a second consecutive day of rallying the Dow closed up 500+ points and Jim Cramer is giving you a breakdown of today's market action. Then, HP CEO Enrique Lores checks in with Cramer to talk 2Q20 earnings and what's in store for the company going forward. And, with the remote workforce staying strong, how is "Cloud King" Workday performing? Cramer's diving deeper with CEO Aneel Bhusri. Also, Air Lease Founder and Executive Chairman Steve Udvar-Hazy is here to help Cramer get a pulse on the airlines and their recent rebound. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the Dow finishing up 529 points, over 25,000 for the first time since March, Jim Cramer is giving you his take on today's market rally. Then, it's been a month since the debut of the Mad COVID Index, and Cramer's revisiting his picks, adding new gainers and losing some laggards. Then, after reporting disappointing earnings, Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi is joining Cramer to dive deeper into the quarter and how their private stocks like Quickbooks are faring. And, after a cautionary tale, Corteva reported terrific numbers, but can it keep climbing? CEO Jim Collins is talking to Cramer to get a better read on where the company is headed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a mixed day of trading ending with all three major indices in the red, Jim Cramer’s breaking down today’s market moves. Then, Cramer’s checking in with Take-Two Interactive CEO, Strauss Zelnick, to see how the move to working from home impacted the company in the last quarter. Then, with Target pulling back yesterday after reporting a 141% increase in digital sales, where could the stock go moving forward? Cramer's got the exclusive with CEO, Brian Cornell. And, Cramer’s talking to the CEO of Palo Alto Networks, Nikesh Arora, to break down the company's earnings after the bell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After the company reported earnings this morning, Jim Cramer's going one-on-on with the CEO of Lowe's to learn more about its efforts amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Then, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg joins Cramer after rolling out Facebook Shops, an e-commerce platform for small business. And, Cramer's checking up on the pantry with Dirk Van De Put, CEO of Mondelez, to get a deeper read on how the company’s faring with more people eating at home. Plus, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg is here to talk about the growth of 5G while the world slowly reopens for business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stocks fell into the close today and Cramer's giving you his take on how to approach the market's volatility. Then, Cramer is going Off The Charts to help navigate the market as States start to reopen and what that could mean for investors. The importance of security has been a major focus of working remotely and Cramer is getting an inside look at how companies are making the transition with the CEO of Ping Identity Holdings. Then, Cramer has the exclusive with the CEO of Five9 to learn more about its platform that is allowing call center operators to transition to work-from-home.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The DOW was up 1023 points at today’s highs and tonight Cramer is breaking down the latest news and helping navigate the moves in the market. Then, Cramer is going one-on-one with the CEO of Denny’s to hear how the company is fairing amid the new procedures for restaurants and how it is reopening. And, how is your company communicating while working remote? Cramer is talking to the CEO of Avaya to learn more about its newest technology and its all-in-one system. Plus, an exclusive with Scott Sperling, Chairman of MassGen Brigham, for an update on how the healthcare industry is doing and the future of the economy as States begin to reopen.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a volatile week on Wall Street, Jim Cramer's setting you up for what's to come with his game plan. Then, as businesses rush to creating an online presence, Cramer's checking in with the CEO of Wix to learn more about the company's recent growth and what it's seeing in terms of the state of small business. Plus, Cramer's going one-on-one with the CEO of DraftKings to check in on the sports betting space and see what is on the horizon for the company after its first earnings report as a public company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The DOW snapped its 3-day losing streak and stocks rallied into the close. Jim Cramer is helping investors navigate the moves on Wall Street. Then, Cramer’s getting a better read on how gyms expect to reopen in the U.S. with the CEO of Planet Fitness to hear how the company is handling the pandemic. Trying to understand today’s rebound? Cramer is going off the charts to get a clearer picture of the market’s most recent volatility. And, an exclusive with the CEO of Alteryx to learn more about its latest data offerings and what the company is doing for workers unemployed due to COVID-19. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow fell 517 points today, marking the major index's third straight day of declines and Jim Cramer's helping you put the selling into context. Then, after the company reported a top and bottom line beat after the bell, Cramer's checking in with the CEO of Cisco Systems to learn more about the effects of working from home and the company's mission to help amid the COVID-19 outbreak. And, when evaluating this market are there any stocks to turn to that are worth buying into weakness? Cramer's going off the charts to reveal a few. Plus, what impact has COVID-19 had on PSEG's bottom line? Cramer's going one-on-one with the CEO to find out.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The DOW fell 457 points and after a major news day Cramer is examining the cost of not reopening the U.S. safely – and soon. Which companies are making progress in the new ‘normal’? Cramer’s giving you his take. Then, Earlier today, Democrats in the House of Representatives unveiled a new $3 trillion stimulus bill and Cramer has the exclusive with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to learn more about the bill and the government’s efforts to combat the economic impact of the pandemic. And, last night Novavax announced a nearly $400M investment commitment from the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and tonight Dr. Stanley Erck, the CEO of Novavax, joins the show. Erck is going one-on-one with Cramer to give more insight on the company’s potential vaccine for COVID-19. Can this stay-at-home player run higher as states start to reopen? Cramer is talking to Bracken Darrell, the CEO of Logitech to hear more about the company’s latest earnings report.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cramer is giving his take on the market and helping investors navigate the constantly changing tape. Plus, the top performers in the Cramer-COVID index. Then, after reporting earnings last week, the CEO of LivePerson is going one-on-one with Cramer to discuss the importance of tech and artificial intelligence amid COVID-19. Unemployment concerns continue to grow, so could there be increased demand for remote freelance work? Cramer has the exclusive with the CEO of Upwork to hear more about the company’s quarter and how its platform that connects businesses to the freelancer community could be crucial during the pandemic. And, how are the utilities holding up? Cramer is talking to the CEO of AEP to see how the company is handling the impact of the crisis.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The entire cruise industry has been in focus since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, how is Norwegian Cruise Line handling the impact of the pandemic? Cramer has an exclusive with the CEO just after the company announced that it raised $2 billion of additional liquidity. Then, Cramer is talking to the CEO of Etsy – which sold over 12 million face masks in April – after the company reported its 1Q20 earnings. And, an exclusive with the CFO of Square to learn more about the company’s quarter and its role in processing PPP loans amid COVID-19. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After reporting an 8% increase in revenue for the first quarter, Jim Cramer's checking in with the CEO of CVS Health to make sense of the company's position in the fight against COVID-19. Then, as a potential meat shortage looms, Cramer's got the CEO of Beyond Meat to discuss its recent quarter and today's 26% gain in the stock. And with kids at home, what could the impact be on the toymakers? Cramer's going one-on-one with Mattel's CEO. Plus, Cramer's talking to the CEO of Waste Management to see how business closures around the country are impacting the company's bottom line. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After last night's earnings report and today's over 30% gain, Jim Cramer's checking in with the CEO of Chegg to make sense of the company's new place in a world with remote learning. Then, as medical devices continue to be in demand, Cramer's talking to the CEO of Masimo to learn more about the company's mission to innovate its products to meet a changing environment. Plus, Cramer's got the CEO of Everbridge fresh off of earnings to discuss the greater need for critical event management solutions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a mixed day on Wall Street, Cramer is breaking down the latest news. Then, Cramer has the exclusive with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff after the company announced Work.com – its latest effort to support businesses amid the pandemic. Next, Cramer is going one-on-one with the CEO of Emergent BioSolutions on the race for a COVID-19 vaccine and its collaboration with Johnson & Johnson. And, the CEO of Alexandria Real Estate Equities gives Cramer an update on the current state of the REIT space and how the company is handling the coronavirus crisis.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the beginning of May, and while the old Wall Street saying says, "sell in May and go away", Jim Cramer's giving you a new saying to help you approach next week's game plan. Then, as consumer trends continue to change, Cramer's checking in with the CEO of Clorox to get a read on the recent demand for the company's products. Plus, Cramer's talking to the CEO of Estée Lauder to see how the cosmetic kingpin is faring in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stocks surged today after encouraging results from Gilead on its virus treatment trial and Cramer is evaluating what it could mean for reopening the country. Then, Cramer is going one-on-one with the CEO of Yum! Brands to get a read on how the restaurant industry handling the stay-at-home economy. Next, Cramer is checking in with the CEO of Campbell Soup to hear its latest news and learn more about what the company is doing for its front-line employees during the pandemic. And, fresh off of earnings Cramer has the exclusive with the CEO of ADP to hear more about the quarter and its insight into the labor market.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Should investors fear the cyclical nature of the steel industry? Cramer's checking in with the new CEO of Nucor to make sense of the steel landscape. Then, after completing its acquisition of WellCare in January, Cramer's talking to the CEO of Centene to dig into the managed care space. Plus, Cramer's taking a birds eye view of Wendy's to see if now is the time to take a second look at the fast food establishment.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Comments (24)

Michael Cortez

Love this podcast. Very informational and entertaining.

Apr 28th
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km

#YangWasRight. Get that #EmergencyUBI to the people.

Mar 23rd
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J Wolf

I’ve listened to Cramer long enough to know I don’t benefit from his commentary. He encourages listeners to buy overpriced stocks and discourages them from undervalued companies that are clear bargains. Worst of all, he talks down to listeners in a condescending tone as if we’re all a bunch of kindergarten children. I recommend listening to the “Invest Talk” podcast, which is much more informative and real instead of this charlatan.

Feb 29th
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Matt Erickson

jim: i think we need to add D to the FANG GROUP. HENCE: FANGD. D? why Disney of course. Cheers!

Aug 31st
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Matt Erickson

truthfully, when i first heard this guy, i found his voice and pace, annoying. BUT! he's brilliant, hes animated and passionate.. And thats why he sounds the way he does. fortunately, if its too much info, too fast, you can replay the cast. i listen to them all because theres so much info about trading in genneral. thanks jim.

Aug 21st
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Clint Case

Yesterday's podcast is up for June 13th

Jun 14th
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Andrew Blansfield

is this a replay?

May 25th
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Bryan Adamson

really need to upgrade the audio quality

Apr 16th
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Aaron Cantrell

why is this episode the same as the one before

Mar 7th
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Victor Benitez

did he talk about Starks Industries in 2008 in iron man

Nov 21st
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JOHN TROPEA

great show......love Jim Cramer!!

Oct 24th
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Michael Long

where's 8/27/18??

Aug 28th
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Danny Taylor

He is not on for the next two weeks because of the Olympics.

Feb 15th
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Michael Long

I am wondering the same!!

Feb 14th
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Jay V

Why aren’t new episodes coming anymore?

Feb 14th
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Roy Conn

Amber Dickson weight you in her

Sep 1st
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iTunes User

Hated him the first time I heard him. But, I have come to appreciate him like a fine wine. Not for whiners and babies. Educated, open-minded humorists need only tune in. Pumps up the day with clever, honest humorous anecdotes to make you some mad money and generate profits. Booyah? Who else could bring that gem of an exclamation back from the dead? He's so bad, he's good for you. As for the whiners crying about yelling too much...I guess you cannot wake the dead so it must be best to let them sleep. Shovels please! Booyah!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

This is a daily ritual for me. I love WATCHING this podcast, but the last few days it is audio only. This needs to be fixed.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

In the Lightening round he reviews a stock picked by the callers in real time and tells you what he thinks about it (weather it is a buy or sell). Quite possibly one of the best 15 minutes you can spend a day. He does encourage one thing though; never buy any stock without doing your homework. This includes the ones he recommends. I have made a boat load of money off of his advice and my homework (14k so far, and I am a 21 y/o civil engineering student), and I started with $600 just 17 months ago.

Aug 30th
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