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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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The Dow ended the week down 245 points, and Jim Cramer’s giving you his Game Plan for next week's action. Then, as Unity Software makes its market debut, Cramer's breaking down what you need to know about the newest gaming stock on the market. And, what should you make of the food delivery space? Cramer’s talking to the CEO of private-player, Slice, about food delivery and helping small businesses amidst the pandemic. Plus, after this week’s red-hot tech IPOs, Cramer's getting a read on the space with Splunk CEO, Doug Merritt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow slipped 130 points and Jim Cramer’s taking a closer look at what made the market tumble today. Then, does the move to working from home have staying power? Cramer’s revealing some signals he’s watching that have influenced his thoughts. Then, with Amwell making its public debut, what should investors make of the telemedicine play? Cramer's digging deeper into the stock. Plus, as volatility in tech continues, Proofpoint CEO Gary Steele checks in to break down the cybersecurity company's recent downturn after reiterating 3Q20 and full-year guidance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow closed marginally higher while the Nasdaq slipped into the red and Jim Cramer is helping investors break down today's headlines. Then, Campbell’s Soup CEO Mark Clouse is here to get a read on the pantry as a fall resurgence of COVID - and potentially the packaged food plays, looms. Next, as Snowflake dominated headlines, JFrog debuted under the radar today and Cramer is digging deeper into the IPO. Plus, Cramer's exclusive with Box CEO Aaron Levie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Led by tech, the Dow and Nasdaq closed in the green and Jim Cramer is breaking down today's action. With a roaring bull market in transports, could railroad operator Union Pacific be in for more upside after its recent run? Cramer's got CEO Lance Fritz to get a better read on where the company's headed. Next, Lennar Executive Chairman Stuart Miller checks in to take a closer look into the stock's post-earnings slide. Plus, Cramer's going Off The Charts to dig deeper into stocks like Caterpillar, Dr. Horton and RH as they continue to rally. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow started the week, closing up 328 points and Jim Cramer's breaking down today's headlines and getting investors ready for the trading week ahead. Then, as the long-awaited IPO Snowflake comes public this week, Cramer is taking a closer look at the company and making sense of what to do with the stock. Then, GW Pharmaceuticals CEO Justin Gover checks in to break down the company's most recent quarter. Plus, how could vaccine hopes be impacting the market each day? Cramer's breaking down all the stocks that are moving the most on headlines for a COVID treatment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stocks closed mostly mixed after a volatile week of trading and Jim Cramer is giving you his Game Plan for what to look out for next week. Then, as a wave of IPOs hit the market, Cramer is breaking down a few of the companies that are coming public in the week ahead. Plus, as Nikola continues to make headlines, Cramer is digging deeper into the stock's rocky debut after its recent IPO. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All three major indices closed in the red for the 4th out of 5 days, with the Dow swinging 700+ points and Jim Cramer is helping investors manage their own money through volatile trading days like today. Next, after an explosive debut and better-than-expected earnings, how should investors approach recent IPO nCino? CEO Pierre Naudé digs into the company's quarter and where the young company is headed. Then, RH CEO Gary Friedman breaks down the impact that quarantine and stay-at-home orders have had in driving growth. Plus, Cramer's exclusive with Sage Therapeutics CEO Jeff Jonas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow surged over 400 points today as stocks started to rebound after a few volatile days on Wall Street and Cramer’s walking investors through today’s rally. Then, need to brush up on the beauty industry? Cramer’s talking with Ulta CEO, Mary Dillon to see how the beauty retailer is doing as the economy continues to reopen. Next, how’s software company Coupa doing after reporting its 2Q ‘21 earnings last night? Cramer’s checking in with CEO Rob Bernshteyn to find out. Plus, don’t miss Cramer’s Off The Charts segment.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stocks closed near session lows, the Nasdaq closing 10% from its all-time high and Jim Cramer's helping investors navigate today’s market news. Then, how are the social media stocks handling the pandemic? Cramer’s talking to Twitter CFO, Ned Segal. Next, after yet another tough day for tech stocks, is there a light at the end of the tunnel for the sector? Cramer’s going one-on-one with co-founder and CEO of CrowdStrike, George Kurtz, to get his perspective on the market’s most recent moves. And, back to school looks a little different this year and Cramer’s hearing from Rhode Island Governor, Gina Raimondo, to hear how the State plans to reopen schools safely this fall.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a day packed with news of COVID testing, TikTok and more, the Dow closed up 160 points - and Jim Cramer is helping investors navigate today's headlines. Then, Cramer's going back to basics with an older tech name, HP Inc., and its CEO Enrique Lores to get a better read on the company's most recent quarter. Next, Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri checks in with Cramer. Then, Williams Sonoma CEO Laura Alber breaks down recent earnings and gives a better reading on the company's future after forgoing forward guidance. Plus, Cramer's exclusive with Splunk CEO Doug Merritt.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All three major indices extended their gains, with the S&P and Nasdaq hitting another record close, and Jim Cramer's helping investors capitalize on the market's rise. Then, after its recent rally and better-than-expected earnings, is it too late for investors to get into Intuit? CEO Sasan Goodarzi stops by to dig deeper into what's ahead for the company. Then, up 175% in the last year could Shopify continue its run? Cramer's talking to the company's COO to learn more about how the company's helping small businesses grow online. And, as Cramer searches for the best mask, the CEO of the largest global N95 manufacturer, 3M, joins Cramer to talk masks and the state of the American industrial company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cramer is taking investors through the latest market news - Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff joins Cramer after news that the company will join the Dow Jones Industrial Average and to break down the most recent quarter. Then, Cramer's checking on pantry plays with Hormel CEO Jim Snee fresh off of its latest earnings. Plus, as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit all time highs and record closes, what should investors consider for when looking for a peak in the market? Cramer's going Off The Charts with Tom DeMark to find out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All three major indices rallied today, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting record closes, and Cramer's making sense of today's action. Then, fresh off earnings Cramer's talking to Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora to break down the company's quarter and the stock's recent rally. And, with testing ramping up for major sports leagues, BioReference Labs Executive Chairman Jon Cohen checks in with Cramer to discuss accuracy in COVID testing. Plus, could Fiserv be a value play with more upside in sight? CEO Frank Bisignano joins Cramer to talk about the company's quarter and what it has planned for the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow snapped a three day losing streak and the Nasdaq hit yet another record close today, the second this week, and Jim Cramer is helping investors navigate today's rally. Next, Ping Identity CEO Andre Durand stops by to talk about the stock's rebound from all-time lows in March and how the work-from-home player is faring during COVID-19. Then, after a blowout quarter from NVIDIA, what does the future hold for the company? Cramer is breaking down the earnings from this Cramer-Fave and explaining the stock's confusing slide after reporting. Plus, Cramer's got the exclusive with Akamai Technologies CEO Tom Leighton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All three major indices slipped lower today, and Jim Cramer's making sense of the market action. Then, after a strong quarter, Linde CEO Steve Angel talks with Cramer about the impact of COVID-19 on business and where the company is headed. Then, Cramer's got the exclusive with Analog Devices CEO Vince Roche after earnings to break down the company's quarter and its acquisition of Maxim Integrated Products. Plus, up 1500% from its March lows, At Home CEO Lee Bird chimes in on the stock's recent turnaround and how the company has benefited from a surge in demand for home improvement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The S&P 500 climbed to an all-time intraday high and record close today, wiping out its losses since the pandemic hit, and Jim Cramer is revisiting the possibility of a V-shaped recovery for the market. Then, could the worth of the U.S. dollar be headed higher? Cramer's going Off The Charts with the help of Larry Williams to find out. Then, after mixed earnings, Columbia Sportswear CEO Tim Boyle joins Cramer to talk about retail's recovery and where the company fits in the rebound. Plus, Cramer's got the CEO of eHealth, Scott Flanders, to break down recent volatility and how the company is navigating a post-earnings slide.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow closed down 86 points to start the week with the Nasdaq hitting a record high and Jim Cramer's here to help investors make sense of the day on Wall Street. Then, PerkinElmer CEO Prahlad Singh joins Cramer to break down the most recent quarter and the company's outlook going forward. Then, Cramer's taking a closer look at recent IPO KE Holdings, China's largest digital housing platform, and how the company might fare amid tensions between the U.S. and China. Plus, Cramer's exclusive with GrowGeneration CEO Darren Lampert.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The S&P closed lower today after trading above its record close level, the Dow fell 80 points and Jim Cramer is guiding investors through today's action. Next, as electronic payments become increasingly popular, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman digs into the stock’s recent run and most recent quarter – its second best quarter in the company's history. Then, Azek CEO Jesse Singh checks in with Cramer to talk about the company's recent IPO and the quarantine-led bull market in all things housing. Plus, Cramer's after-earnings exclusive with Five9 CEO Rowen Trollope.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow rallied 290 points, with the S&P 500 nearing a record close and Jim Cramer is helping investors siphon meaning from the market's moves. Then, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins checks in after earnings to break down the company's quarter. Then, Cramer's digging into biotech play, Emergent BioSolutions, with CEO Bob Kramer to check in on the company's COVID-19 treatment. Plus, as J2 Global's stock works its way back to pre-pandemic levels, how could the company move forward after reporting better than expected earnings? CEO Vivek Shah joins Cramer to talk about the company's outlook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dow closed down 105 points and Jim Cramer is breaking down the market's rotation into cyclicals and sectors that have been beaten down by the pandemic. Then, as Owens & Minor bounces back after a post-earnings slide, CEO Ed Pesicka joins Cramer to dig into the most recent quarter and manufacturing PPE to fight the global pandemic. Next, as the country looks ahead to a reopened economy, how will Federal Realty Trust find its place in a new normal? CEO Don Wood discusses the challenges the company faced in the quarter and its plans going forward. Plus, Salesforce's Chief Philanthropy Officer Ebony Beckwith on the company's recent developments to help schools and businesses reopen safely. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Comments (26)

Tyler Frideres

Where is the new recordings son

Jul 9th
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r590

Why no new episodes?

Jul 8th
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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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