To infinity and BYND?
It announced a loss per share of 24 cents, coming in short of analyst expectations of 8 cents per share.
The company released revenue of $67.3 million, beating expectations of $52.7 million.
Shares of the company promptly fell, however, after it announced that it was doing a second offering of 3.25 million shares. Three million of that will come from "certain selling stockholders," while the other 250,000 will come from the company.
So, based on all of that, what should investors do now?
"If you own [Beyond Meat], you sell some," said Cramer.
"And then, you know, there's just not enough stock around and it's kind of a prisoner's dilemma. Do you sell it and lock in a gain or do you keep it and therefore don't let the shorts cover and that's the game that's being played right now," said Cramer.