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Game Plan For The Week - Cramer's Mad Money (3/29/18)

Apr. 02, 2018 7:37 AM ETAMZN, META, CLDR, KMX, LEN, OLLI, MON-OLD, SQ, BAC, NVDA, MU, STZ15 Comments


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Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Thursday, March 29.

Though the market recovered on Thursday, it is still a battleground. "I think Amazon (AMZN) defines the modern-day stock market battlefield. Here's a stock that gave up 120 points in two days on rumors and stories about how President Trump hates Amazon. But the major point I need to make as we wrap up a largely dispiriting quarter is that if you can't handle the news flow, both fake and real, you need to use this rally to lighten up, maybe even on Monday, on the names that have caused you the most fright," said Cramer. With that, he discussed the game plan for the week.


Investors will be watching Facebook (FB) on Monday as it tries to recover from the recent scandal. Cramer thinks the company should hire outside counsel to mitigate damage. "It's the only way for Facebook to get past this debacle that really brought out the long knives from the legions of people who clearly despise CEO Mark Zuckerberg," he added.


Cloudera (CLDR) reports earnings on Tuesday. As cloud stocks have been moving down on the tech fallout, Cloudera's report might remind investors why they love cloud stocks.


CarMax Group (KMX), Lennar Corp. (LEN) and Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings (OLLI) will all report earnings.

CarMax and Lennar earnings will be interesting, as rising interest rates could affect autos and housing. Cramer will be watching for reference points to test if the theory is true. Ollie's, on the other hand, is expected to report strong earnings.


Monsanto (MON) reports earnings on Thursday. The company's report will give an indication on how the sector is reacting to tariff-related pressures on agriculture sector. "I don't really care as much about

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Mohit is the former Managing Editor for the Breaking News (India team) at Seeking Alpha. Currently working with Benzinga, he was with Seeking Alpha from January 2010 until August 2020. Before joining Seeking Alpha in January 2010, he worked with a start-up equity research firm in the capacity of a Team Leader tracking US company events and results.Born in the U.A.E, he spent most of my growing up years in Dubai. Currently, he resides in Mumbai, India.

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