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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Brian Goldner, chairman and CEO of Hasbro (HAS) - Get Report , a stock that declined 9.4% on what was otherwise a strong quarter for the company.
Goldner explained that the second-quarter results are always smaller, with their fourth quarter being their most meaningful. That said, Hasbro still expects a strong year as they look forward to new Star Wars and My Little Pony movies in the second half of 2017.
Outside of movie-related merchandise, Hasbro continues to see strength in eSports and video games, with both Dungeons and Dragons and Magic: The Gathering gaining in momentum with millions of views online.
Hasbro is also opportunistically buying back $150 million of its own stock and has seen 14% compound annual dividend growth in recent years. Goldner was also bullish on his company's international growth, with strength in China and Russia offsetting any Brexit-related weakness in the U.K.
Cramer told viewers to pick up shares now ahead of the company's August analyst meeting, as today's price represents a rare buying opportunity for Hasbro.
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