NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- With PayPal's (PYPL) official split from eBay (EBAY) - Get Report complete and the two stocks trading independently Monday, Twitter (TWTR) - Get Report questioners wanted Jim Cramer's views about the post-split entities. Asked whether he thought people should buy the new payment company, Cramer said he will be looking for $1.50 in earnings from the company after the split, and he has bumped up his price target to a minimum of $50 -- well above the $41 vicinity where it was trading Monday afternoon.
Another viewer wanted to know if Cramer thought eBay might be the subject of a takeover bid from a company like Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report or Alibaba (BABA) - Get Report He said it's always possible, but that's not why you buy a stock. Jim said he doesn't care for eBay, but he does think Paypal will come to rival Visa (V) - Get Report and Mastercard (MA) - Get Report.
In response to a viewer who wanted to know whether Tesla (TSLA) - Get Report should spin off its power division, Jim noted that the $2.2 billion deal Sun Edison (SUNE) and its yield co TerraForm Power (TERP) - Get Report announced Monday to buy Vivint Solar (VSLR) - Get Report shows just how powerful that business is. But he noted that while Tesla has some clear problems, it's a cult stock, and people want to buy it regardless.
To the viewer who asked about how to trade Under Armour (UA) - Get Report before earnings, Cramer said that the stock has usually moved lower following its earnings reports, so you could buy half of a position before results, and buy the rest after it reports and sells off.
Cramer also commented on Starbucks (SBUX) - Get Report , saying if you take a longer-term view of the company, it is absolutely fantastic, and he thinks it will be a great quarter for the stock. He said coffee prices are going lower and Starbucks chart is going higher. But he pointed out that like Apple (AAPL) - Get Report , the stock has really run up, and that's usually when someone says to take profits. That, in his view, is when you have to buy.
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