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When a stock surges on bad news, investors need to pay attention, Cramer reminded viewers, as he took a fresh look at an old friend that fell out of favor last year, Ulta Beauty (ULTA) .

Ulta was beloved on Wall Street, surging 1,566% from $5 to $314 a share. That was until 2016, when the company's same-store sales slowed from 16.6% to just 10.3% by 2017. That, along with declining gross margins, was enough to send momentum investors heading for the hills.

But on Thursday, Ulta posted lighter-than-expected revenues with in-line same-store sales, and the stock surged from $206 to $221 a share. Cramer said that's a classic tell that the weak hands have left the stock and it's poised for a recovery.

Ulta is more than just a valuation story, however. The company continues to make operational improvements and just announced a well-timed $625 million share buyback, which equates to 5% of the company's market cap.

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