Smith & Wesson
(SWHC): "That was a blowout quarter. I should have been behind this one."
(PLCM): "No, that's way too hard."
(NSM): "That's been a real win and I like it a lot."
Barnes & Noble
(BKS): "Ouch. I think that stock can go to $13 or $14 but I don't like the book business because of
: "I think you made the right move. I want you to stick with it."
: "The split-up is so good. I like it. "
: "I don't want to give up on it. I want to stick with Priceline."
: "I think you view eBay as a financial company. It's
and PayPal. Those are the big three."
Opening the Mail
In the "Mad Mail" viewer feedback segment, Cramer followed up on funeral home operator
, a stock the stumped him on an earlier show. He said this company's 10% yield is a red flag and he'd go with
Cramer was also not a fan of
, a company that helps businesses manage their telecommunications costs. Cramer said this name is also controversial. Why own a battleground stock when there are so many non-controversial names out there? he asked.
When asked about
, Cramer said this stock remains stuck in the mud and is not going anywhere. He was more bullish on
, however, calling the company a terrific speculation.
When asked about whether
may split, Cramer said, "I don't care." He likes the company no matter the share price. Finally, he said travel service
is a great service, but not a stock he wants to own.
No Huddle Offense
In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer sounded off on the decision to drop
in favor of
as part of the venerable
Dow Jones Industrial Average
Cramer called the move a golden opportunity wasted, as the Dow already has too much health care exposure. He asked, why not bring the average into the 21st century by adding an
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, a stock he owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS
, or a
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