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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
Del Frisco Restaurant Group (DFRG): Cramer sat down with Mark Mednansky, CEO of Del Frisco, a stock that's just off its 52-week lows despite just posting a 2-cents-a-share earnings beat on a 12.7% rise in revenue and a modest 2.2% increase in same-store sales.
Mednansky said Del Frisco still represents a great value and there's still lots of upside left for the company. He said the company's newest locations continue to do well and it has a great pipeline of restaurants in development. "All we need to do is keep moving," Mednansky said, and the markets will eventually recognize the company's value.
One of Del Frisco's biggest strengths is cost controls, Mednansky noted. Keep costs low and you don't need to raise prices. Del Frisco's restaurants are also on the higher end of the price curve, making them not as levered to the price of gasoline.
Pool Corp, (POOL): In his second exclusive interview, Cramer spoke with Manny Perez De La Mesa, president and CEO of Pool Corp., the pool products provider that last week posted a 5-cents-a-share earnings beat and reaffirmed its full-year guidance.
De La Mesa said current pool construction is still only about a third of what it was before the housing crisis. Now that financing is getting better, homeowners are once again investing in their homes by adding a pool. That leaves a lot of upside for Pool Corp.
When asked about the water restrictions hitting California, De La Mesa said California is the largest pool market in the world but so far his company hasn't seen any slowdown in pool construction there. He said there are many ways to save water,and Pool Corp.'s smart irrigation products are among them.
Tesla Motors (TSLA): Shares of Tesla have run up big ahead of the company reporting earnings next Wednesday, and Cramer warned the stock will likely give back most of its recent gains no matter what it reports. That said, Cramer is not expecting Tesla to report good earnings.
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