Rivian “No, I don’t suppose (it’s going to be the coming Tesla). I feel that it should be a really clean truck maker. I have to inform you, Ford has to promote its force (in Rivian). Why don’t we buy GM? I indicate, (GM CEO) Mary Barra is doing an excellentjob.However, she’s acquired a complete van division, If you would like these vans. I do know it’s just a little former style. Let‘s give it a shot.”
Gilead Lores“I’m not a addict. I’ve noway been a addict. They have what I name huge chapeau, no cattle, and I like bones which have cattle.”
AT&T” Small chapeau, no cattle. There is simply not a lot too it. I might relatively see you in Verizon, which I believed (CEO) Hans Vestberg acquitted himself veritably nicely when he was on’ Frenetic Plutocrat‘and advised a lesser development story.”
Berkshire Hathaway” No. They are doing advanced high quality work now than they ever have. I feel the force is only a superior, atrocious purchase.”
United Airways ” I’m not recommending airline shares proper now. It’s simply too robust, too aggressive.”
Udit Batra, CEO and president of Waters Corporation, appeared on Friday’s episode of “Mad Money.”
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on Friday said this earnings season has been the hardest one to make sense of in recent memory.
- Columbia Sportswear’s strong Q4 profitability was helped by consumers starting their holiday shopping earlier than years past, CEO Tim Boyle said Friday.
- “That made for lack of promotional activity in our stores and also through our retail partners,” he said on “Mad Money.”
- Columbia’s operating income of $211.6 million in the fourth quarter was a record for the Oregon-based company.
- CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday offered viewers his game plan for the next five trading days on Wall Street, including earnings from Chipotle, Coca-Cola and Disney.
- “This week we saw the true colors of what is a treacherous market,” the “Mad Money” host said.