After blowing past analyst estimates with its third quarter earnings, Yahoo (YHOO) surged on Wednesday then ended lower, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day. The Internet company posted a profit much higher than the consensus estimates. Revenue totaled roughly $1 billion dollars, also topping analysts' expectations. Yahoo said its online advertising business continued to struggle, even with the growth in mobile advertising, but the company said it got a $6.3 billion dollar boost from the sale of Alibaba shares. TheStreet's Jim Cramer says because it's an in-transition company, investors can't make a judgment right now. Cramer added that he thinks the company's capital position could help push the stock to $60.