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“Mad Money” takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street’s most respected and successful money managers for free. Cramer is listeners’ personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind—to help you make money. “Mad Money” features the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer and the popular Lightning Round, in which he gives his buy, sell and hold opinions on stocks to callers.
 
In a Clubhouse room the other night, angel investor and venture capitalist David Rose suggested that there are three types of entrepreneurs. Type 1: circumstantial entrepreneurs trying to survive and get themselves out of poverty Type 2: natural-born entrepreneurs Type 3: self-made entrepreneurs David goes on to mention that he only invests in Type 2s. He later revealed that Type 2s are hypomanic. A survey of college students revealed that six percent scored high on hypomanic traits. This is ...
 
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Supply chains are screwed up. Inflation has returned with a vengeance. And the politics of energy in the U.S. are all over the place, with demands for energy companies to do more today even as plans are being made to phase them out of existence tomorrow. This is today’s world — traditional energy markets learning to live with the impact of renewabl…
 
Billions of dollars of value has been wiped off the cryptocurrency market in the last few weeks driven by a sell-off in stocks and the collapse of algorithmic stablecoin terraUSD and its related token luna. CNBC’s Frank Holland covers every angle of crypto; from companies holding billions on their balance sheets to individuals investing in their re…
 
The pace of multibillion-dollar M&A activity among oil and gas producers may have slowed a bit from 2020 and 2021, but big deals are still happening. Just last week, publicly held Centennial Resources Development and privately held Colgate Energy Partners III announced plans for a $7 billion “merger of equals” that will combine two midsize E&Ps in …
 
In case you hadn’t noticed, many of the largest, most successful companies in the U.S. and Canada are placing big bets on the energy transition. Take “blue” hydrogen, which is produced by breaking down natural gas into hydrogen and carbon dioxide and capturing and sequestering most of the CO2, and blue ammonia, which is made from blue hydrogen and …
 
The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 index closed Monday’s trading down more than 26% year-to-date, and the Dow Jones U.S. tech sector has also shed more than 26%. A warning from one social media company is sparking worries across corporate America, putting nearly a half a trillion dollar dent in the market. Is this the sign of a shake out, or could more pain…
 
U.S. diesel inventories are at their lowest level for May since 2000 and East Coast stocks recently hit their lowest mark for any week or month since the EIA started tracking them in 1990. Crack spreads for diesel — and, more recently, for gasoline — have gone parabolic, giving refiners the strongest financial signal ever to produce more diesel and…
 
Inflation is at the highest level in over 40 years. It’s been a drag on markets, with the Dow doing something it hasn’t done in over 100 years – down eight weeks in a row. Averages closed higher today, trying to recover from last weeks sharp selloff. Investors are searching for footing as the tide of inflation rises, leaving no sector untouched. CN…
 
At the most basic level, carbon-capture technology is not new, but it has attracted a lot more attention in recent years amid discussions about how best to transition to a net-zero world by 2050. Efforts to ramp up carbon capture have faced a number of hurdles, however, including the difficulty in capturing some emissions at the point where they’re…
 
The race is heating up for building natural gas pipeline takeaway capacity out of the Permian. Associated gas production from the crude-focused basin is at record highs this month and gaining momentum, which means that without additional pipeline capacity, the Permian is headed for serious pipeline constraints — and potentially negative pricing — b…
 
The Dow went up 31 points after yesterday’s sell-off, and Jim Cramer's guiding investors through the market. Next, Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora joins Cramer to discuss earnings, the current cybersecurity threat landscape and the company’s outlook going forward. Then, Constellation Energy’s President and CEO Joe Dominguez talks to Cramer abou…
 
In the nearly 60 years since its inception, the LNG industry has changed significantly. Once a market in which cargoes were sold under long-term, point-to-point contracts in dedicated ships, it has evolved into one in which destination flexibility accounts for an increasing share of LNG trade, with more volumes being sold under short- and medium-te…
 
The Dow dropped 1,165 points, its biggest decline since 2020, and Jim Cramer's breaking down the biggest headlines that you need to know. Next, Wingstop President and CEO, Michael Skipworth joins Cramer to recap his company’s Investor Day, the deflation of chicken wings and more. Then, Alteryx CEO Mark Anderson gives Cramer a recap of his company’s…
 
Hydrogen has been touted as a zero-emissions vehicle fuel, as a clean power generation source and, more generally, as a big part of the move toward decarbonization. Much of the current interest in hydrogen is its possible role as a grid-scale energy storage solution — one that might help support the growth of wind and solar renewable power generati…
 
The Dow rallied 400 points, and Jim Cramer's taking you through the market’s rally. Next, Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Jim Umpleby joins Cramer to share the key messages from his company’s Investor Day. Then, Take-Two Interactive Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick talks to Cramer about his company’s recent quarter and future outlook. Plus, Cramer sha…
 
It took a while, but domestic air travel is finally returning to pre-pandemic levels and international travel to and from the U.S. is showing signs of recovering too. As a result, U.S. production of jet fuel has been rising steadily in recent months and, since most jet fuel needs to be transported long distances from refineries to airports, so have…
 
The Dow Jones traded 27 points higher, and Jim Cramer is bringing context to the market’s moves. Next, Masimo Founder, Chairman and CEO Joe Kiani discusses his company’s latest acquisition in the consumer electronics space. Then, Nucor President and CEO Leon Topalian joins Cramer to talk about his company’s acquisition of C.H.I. Overhead Doors and …
 
Since the first OPEC oil embargo nearly a half-century ago — and more recently with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — energy producers and consumers alike have learned important lessons about the significance of energy commodity sourcing. It all comes down to this, really: (1) know what you’ll need going forward; (2) diversify your sources of supply, …
 
All three major averages bounced to end off the week and Jim Cramer is taking you through next week with his Game Plan. Next, Hostess CEO Andy Callahan talks to Cramer about inflation, quarterly results and more. Then, Zebra Technology CEO Anders Gustafsson joins Cramer to discuss earnings and why the company lowered its guidance. Plus, Utz CEO Dyl…
 
Electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. may be at a turning point, with high gasoline prices prompting would-be car buyers to give them a second look — or a first look, in many cases. EV adoption has been slow to pick up speed in the U.S. for a variety of reasons, including the lack of a nationwide charging network and concerns about “range anxiety.” B…
 
The Dow dropped in its sixth consecutive day of losses and Jim Cramer is guiding investors toward areas of opportunity. First, Molson Coors Beverage Company CEO Gavin Hattersley talks to Cramer about his company’s quarter results and new products. Then, Affirm soared after earnings and CEO Max Levchin discusses company partnerships, earnings, guida…
 
Just over two years ago, the jet fuel market experienced an almost existential shock. In the space of only six or seven weeks, demand for the refined product plummeted by more than 70% as COVID-related lockdowns and air-travel restrictions were implemented. Fortunately, life in the U.S. has been returning to normal — albeit with some bumps along th…
 
All three major averages closed lower and Jim Cramer is helping investors through the continuously volatile market. Then, Unity Software CEO John Riccitiello talks to Cramer fresh off earnings to discuss what brought the company to lower their full year guidance. Next, GlobalFoundries CEO Dr. Tom Caulfield joins Cramer as the first in-studio guest …
 
Brace yourself for it. Over the next few weeks, there’s a good chance that a tsunami of crude oil will be released from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR), and it’s likely that much (if not most) of that oil will be piped to Gulf Coast export docks and loaded onto supertankers. If that happens, the export capacity of crude-handling terminal…
 
The Dow continued to move lower while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose, and Jim Cramer is taking you through the day’s action. Then, after Upstart fell 56% today and CEO Dave Girouard sits down to break down yesterday's earnings and find out what sent the stock tumbling. And, Pfizer announced today it will acquire Biohaven Pharmaceuticals - Biohaven CEO…
 
Production bottlenecks and global energy security concerns stemming from the Ukraine war have flipped the script on various aspects of the U.S. energy markets. One of them is the softening of Wall Street and regulatory resistance to investment in new hydrocarbon infrastructure. That’s been particularly good news for the swarm of LNG export projects…
 
All three major indices continued to tumble, with the Dow falling more than 600 points and S&P dropping below 4,000 to the lowest level in a year, and Jim Cramer is guiding investors through the market’s move lower. Next, American Electric Power CEO Nick Akins talks about the future of the grid and the outlook for the energy sector. Then, could Pap…
 
Over the past few weeks, many U.S. refiners reported even-stronger-than-expected first-quarter results, and it’s likely their good fortune will continue. Why? Despite the skyrocketing price of crude oil — refiners’ primary feedstock — the prices of the gasoline and diesel they produce have risen even more. And it’s that now-yawning gap between crud…
 
All three major averages continued to drop, posting a losing week, and Jim Cramer’s helping investors navigate next week's action with his Game Plan. Then, Sempra CEO Jeff Martin joins Cramer to give an overview of the company's first quarter results and talk LNG. Plus, MP Materials CEO James Litinsky talks to Cramer about his company’s earnings re…
 
A tight coal market and record-high coal prices in the Eastern U.S. have suppressed gas-to-coal switching in recent months, despite the gas market also contending with a supply squeeze and gas prices trading at Shale Era highs. The coal-market constraints have contributed to record, or near-record, gas demand in the power sector, with gas gaining m…
 
The Dow Jones fell over 1,000 points after yesterday’s rally, marking it as the worst single-day drop since 2020, and Jim Cramer’s taking you through the market’s sharp downturn and helping you find areas of opportunity. Then, Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield joins Cramer to talk about his company’s first quarter numbers and the state …
 
The first Saturday in May is only a couple of days away, so brush off your seersucker jacket or find that Kentucky Derby hat, as it’s the only time of year most Americans watch an actual horse race. That’s kind of how it goes with the Permian natural gas market as well, with only intermittent interest from general gas market participants, usually w…
 
The Dow Jones continued to rise, rallying 900 points, and Jim Cramer is taking you through the market’s rally. Then, Clorox CEO Linda Rendle talks to Cramer about her company’s organic growth for the first time since 4Q '20. Next, CEO of GXO Logistics Malcolm Wilson shares more insight on his company’s earnings amid the rise of e-commerce. Plus, Re…
 
The energy market has been in chaos for some time. Even before Russia’s horrific attack on Ukraine, the multinational push to decarbonize the global economy was slow-motion-crashing into reality. Of course, global supply shortages only got worse following the invasion and the widespread response to it. The disruptions highlight the critical need fo…
 
Carbon-capture projects have been slow to take root in the U.S., but that may be changing as a number of companies are now advancing plans to capture the carbon dioxide that results from ethanol production in the Midwest. Ethanol plants are an obvious choice, given that the CO2 resulting from ethanol fermentation is highly concentrated, which makes…
 
The Nasdaq Composite rose while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones were flat, and Jim Cramer is breaking down the market's sharp reversals off their lows. Then, AeroVironment CEO Wahid Nawabi talks to Cramer about his company’s commitment to provide 700 armed drones, known as Switchblades, in American military support for Ukraine. Next, Best Buy CEO Corie B…
 
The jet fuel market has been on a wild ride the past two-plus years. First, demand for the refined product took an unprecedented, COVID-induced nosedive in February and March 2020. By May 2020, Gulf Coast prices for jet fuel had plummeted to less than 50 cents/gal (from just under $2 at the start of that year) and refiners had slashed production to…
 
Extreme blizzard conditions wreaked havoc on North Dakota energy infrastructure last weekend, taking offline as much as 60% of the state’s crude oil production and more than 80% of natural gas output, and leaving utility poles and power lines strewn across the landscape. On the gas side, the unprecedented supply loss is having a never-before-seen i…
 
It’s been more than two months since Russia invaded Ukraine, sending global energy markets into chaos as most of Europe tries to figure out a way to quickly reduce its reliance on Russian supplies. The initial response from the U.S. and its allies was a slate of economic sanctions, but those largely left natural gas out of the equation, as parts of…
 
In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Europe is planning massive and rapid changes in its natural gas supply, including a significant increase in LNG deliveries from the U.S. But there are major challenges and implications associated with this shift. For example, how can the U.S. government prod U.S. exporters to send more LNG to Europe? How…
 
Despite the highest natural gas futures prices in over a decade, its use for power generation in the Lower 48 has set records in recent months. This is in part by design: economics and environmental regulation have broadly favored gas-fired plants and pushed into retirement hundreds of coal-fired plants in the last decade or so, reducing price-driv…
 
The 43 large U.S. E&Ps that we monitor posted record earnings in 2021 and tripled their cash flow — an extraordinary turnaround from a very tough 2020. But as big a story, at least for investors, is how those oil and gas producers are allocating their surging cash reserves. Their dramatic strategic transformation from growth at any cost to maximizi…
 
The Dow fell over 900 points, marking its worst day since 2020, and Jim Cramer is helping investors navigate the massive decline in all three major averages and giving you next week's Game Plan. Then, Cramer takes a deep dive into Danaher, focusing on its most recent earnings report. Next, how well do you know your IPO? Cramer explores Excelerate E…
 
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