Happy Friday! 

Jim Cramer and Zev Fima are breaking down everything you need to know about the markets as Wall Street heads into the weekend. Cramer Live host Katherine Ross will return on Monday.... first, some Twitter (TWTR - Get Report) drama.

The Cramer vs. Musk Twitter Battle Rolls On 

When reacting to Tesla (TSLA - Get Report) earnings during our Cramer live show yesterday, Jim Cramer couldn't help but discuss the numerous predictions that seem to pop up every time Elon Musk hops on an earnings call.

Recalling Musk's comment about rolling out robotaxis, Cramer noted that Musk does whatever he can to throw analysts off during conference calls. "He is P.T. Barnum," Cramer said.

Here's why @JimCramer is comparing @ElonMusk to P.T. Barnum. For more analysis on Tesla $TSLA earnings, head over to @RealMoney: https://t.co/ohwmC8K1y7 pic.twitter.com/iMZWkV6oPR

— TheStreet (@TheStreet) April 25, 2019

And of course, it caught Musk's attention: 

Cramer is a simulation. He's not real.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 26, 2019

Cramer verified that he is in fact, real, and noted that "this simulation" is worried about Elon Musk. Cramer stressed that while he believes in Tesla's product, Musk has to stop making wild comments. "I believe in you, but I don't believe in the trash talk," Cramer said in reference to Musk. 

Intel Slumps

Intel (INTC - Get Report)  , Real Money's Stock of the Day, reported first quarter adjusted earnings of 89 cents a share, beating estimates by 2 cents, and revenue of $16.1 billion Thursday evening.

The stock immediately slumped after the company reported weaker than expected guidance and disclosed a 6.3% drop in sales from its data center group division.

Cramer said investors will have to closely watch what Intel earnings could mean for other names in the sector including Dell (DELL) and Nvidia (NVDA - Get Report) . 

And Now for a Speed Round

Cramer breaks down what investors need to take away from Chevron (CVX - Get Report) and Ford (F - Get Report) and explains why he's betting on a win from the Beardstown Ladies in CNBC's annual stock draft. The team picked Alibaba  (BABA - Get Report) , Biogen (BIIB - Get Report) and Visa (V - Get Report) . 

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Editor's Note. Zev Fima, Action Alerts Plus Portfolio Analyst, is filling in for Cramer Live host Katherine Ross.

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