"Look out above" on
, Jim Cramer said Wednesday on
"Stop Trading!" segment.
Cramer said you'll need to "hold your nose" to buy the scandal-tarnished New York-based gamemaker, which he called the "most poorly managed" company in the nation. Nonetheless, he said the stock is about to pop even beyond Wednesday's 11% rise. Cramer noted that the investor group seeking to take over the board holds 46% of the stock, and 35% of the float is sold short. That, he said, will add up to pain for the shorts and a continuing rise in the stock.
, saying the networking gearmaker "needs a win" like the one
it's in line for with
Cramer says the mining sector negativity is "overdone," which is why he likes coal miner
despite last week's earnings miss. Cramer said the company "generates a lot of cash."
Cramer continues to like
, which he expects to benefit from the "collapse of Reebok" in U.S. athletics goods stores. Cramer said Under Armour is "superbly managed" and is "going to the $50s" from a recent $45.50.
At the time of publication, Cramer had no position in stocks mentioned.
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