Cramer says he thinks Rite Aid was a big comeback play that stumbled a bit in the same way that Walgreen (WAG) did because of some generic pricing, but he considers it a buy and a long-term turn.
Next, Cramer fields a question on if Vipshop (VIPS) is a better buy than Alibaba (BABA) after the former's 10-for-1 split. He says Alibaba is inexpensive compared to Vipshop, though he notes he has been recommending Vipshop for some time. He expects a bit of a letdown for Alibaba after Singles' Day on Tuesday, but he still thinks the stock gets to $120.
Another user asks if Cramer still thinks Alibaba climbs over $200 a share in the long term, for example three years. He says this is a realistic possibility and notes the company's 50% growth. He says he sees no reason why we might not get a new set of numbers in 2016 that make it seem like 2017 is inexpensive. Cramer adds he is not backing away from Alibaba.