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© TheStreet Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Tesla, Apple, Google

Get ready to be overwhelmed with earnings next week, Jim Cramer warned his Mad Money viewers Friday. The earnings will be coming in hot, he said, which means investors need to focus on just a few stocks and use the conference calls to make informed decisions. There is no room for error during the heart of earnings season.

Cramer's game plan for next week starts on Monday with Tesla , and Cramer urged viewers to listen to the call before buying.

Tuesday is technology day, when Apple , Alphabet , Microsoft and Advanced Micro Devices will all be reporting. Cramer expects strong results from all of them, but noted that the expectations for Microsoft may cause the stock to dip after it reports.

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Next, on Wednesday, we'll hear from Boeing , Facebook , Ford and McDonald's , among many others. Cramer was bullish on all of these stocks as well, but said Boeing will get worse before it gets better.

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Thursday brings earnings from three more Cramer favorites, MasterCard , Amazon and Twilio .

Finally, on Friday we'll hear from ExxonMobil and Chevron , two oils which Cramer had previously deemed uninvestable, but have since gotten religion regarding climate change thanks to activist pressures. Cramer also said he'd be a buyer of Caterpillar as infrastructure spending continues to work its way through Congress.

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Cramer Does His Homework

In his 'Homework' segment, Cramer followed up on a stock that stumped him during an earlier show. He said that Monday.com MNDY, a recent IPO, saw a remarkable run after entering the market last month, but has since fallen out of favor. The recent weakness is your chance to buy, however, as long as you're buying for speculation only.

Monday.com is a software-as-a-service platform that provides tools for developers to build and market their applications. Revenues are growing at 85%, but sales costs have sometimes exceeded those revenues. Cramer was also not a fan of Monday.com's sky-high valuation of 24 times sales.

Another potential red flag, despite having 44 million shares outstanding, the company only sold four million in its IPO. When the lockup period expires in December, Cramer expects more shares will hit the market at lower prices.

Am I Diversified?

In the 'Am I Diversified' segment, Cramer spoke with callers and responded to tweets sent via Twitter to @JimCramer to see if investors' portfolios have what it takes for today's markets. The first portfolio included Alphabet, Microsoft, Cisco Systems , Republic Services and Danaher . Cramer said this portfolio has too much tech and needed a healthcare company like AbbVie to replace Microsoft.

The second portfolio's top holdings included Boeing, Coca-Cola , Walt Disney , Bank of America and Kraft-Heinz . Cramer suggested selling Kraft and adding Advanced Micro Devices to properly be diversified.

The third portfolio had InMode , Mercado Libre , Microsoft, GrowGeneration and International Paper as its top five stocks. Cramer said he liked this portfolio, which was properly diversified.


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The fourth portfolio's top stocks were Microsoft, Apple, Morgan Stanley , Skyworks Solutions and Chevron. Cramer once again advised selling Microsoft in favor of healthcare, this time with health plan provider Centene .

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Executive Decision: Ree Automotive

In his 'Executive Decision' segment, Cramer spoke with Daniel Barel, co-founder and CEO of Ree Automotive , the EV-platform maker that just completed its merger with a SPAC and began trading today.

Barel explained that Ree is not an EV automaker, it manufactures a unique, modular EV platform that can be used inside a whole host of different vehicles. The platform comes in multiple sizes with various battery packs that are perfect for manual or autonomous systems.

When asked what makes Ree's platform better, Barel noted that their low center of gravity provides more space, making them perfect for trucks. Using Ree, truck makers can have 36% more volume per vehicle. The platform's different dimensions means a single platform can be used for big and small vehicles and everything in between.

Barel said Ree is 15 years ahead of the curve when compared to traditional automakers that are focused on bespoke vehicles with individual platforms.

What's on the Menu

In his No-Huddle Offense segment, Cramer said there's a big shift afoot in the quick-serve restaurant space. Three companies have emerged from the pandemic stronger than they went in, and what they all have in common is scale.

The 'last man standing' principle is clearly at work when it comes to Chipotle Mexican Grill , Domino's Pizza and Starbucks , all of which had the scale to adapt their businesses when so many smaller players simply failed.

That's how shares of Starbucks are up 63% over the past year and how Domino's has delivered 253% gains over the past five years. These restaurant chains never stop innovating and adapting to their customers' needs and they have the earnings to prove it.

Lightning Round

Here's what Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the 'Mad Money Lightning Round' Friday evening:

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ZIM Integrated Shipping ZIM: 'I think this stock is overdone. Why not buy Union Pacific instead?'

The Lion Electric Company LEV: 'I think you need a basket of EV stocks, but I do like this stock, along with Magna International .'

Workhorse Group : 'No, Workhorse is a show horse. We want real horses. Go buy Ford Motor.'

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There are two ways to make money on Wall Street. There's the easy way and there's the hard way. But Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Tuesday that the easy money is always the best kind of gain. And in a market that's prevailed against interest rates, Bitcoin, the meme stocks, and shortages of just about everything, don't we all deserve a little easy money?

The easiest way to make money is to buy what you know, stocks you don't have to think about, or worse, stay up at night worrying about. Cramer offered up a list of five 'buy what you know' stocks.

First up was Ford Motor , the automaker with a great lineup of new vehicles. As the semiconductor shortage subsides and Ford's Lightning electric F-150 pickup starts rolling off the lot, it'll be hard not to make money with Ford.

Next was Costco , the big box retailer where you'll always buy more than you need, pandemic or no pandemic.

Another stock to consider is American Eagle Outfitters, now known as just AEO . Here's a retailer with 26 consecutive quarters of growth.

Rounding out the list were two perennial favorites, Apple and Amazon . Cramer called each of these companies truly special and more than worthy of your investment dollars.

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Executive Decision: GlaxoSmithKline

This week's investor meeting at GlaxoSmithKline is turning out to be a high-stakes event for shareholders, as the company will unveil its widely criticized plans for its breakup and dividend.

Back in 2018, Glaxo acquired Tesaro for $5.1 billion and announced plans to spin off and merge its consumer health business with Pfizer's , leaving its pharma and vaccine business behind. Since then, progress has been painfully slow going, with shares falling 4.4% over the past three years. The underperformance caught the eye of activist investor Elliott Management, which now has a significant stake in the company.

Adding to the importance of this week's meeting are rumors that Glaxo plans to slash its dividend to help with the split and spur additional growth. Cramer said this would be a death blow for the stock, at AT&T learned the hard way when income investors fled that stock en masse.

What will we learn Wednesday? Cramer said, hopefully, we'll hear their forecast for the remaining Glaxo, along with an update on the company's drug pipeline. We also need to hear, good or bad, whether the dividend is in jeopardy. If shares plunge, it could be a buying opportunity, but only after we hear the company's plans.

Executive Decision: CNH Industrial

In his 'Executive Decision' segment, Cramer spoke with Scott Wine, CEO of CNH Industrial , the machinery maker that just announced the acquisition of Raven Industries for $2.1 billion.

Wine said that in today's market, farmers need productivity, and precision farming with high-tech equipment is how to get that done. That's why CNH, along with Raven, will be able to offer farmers a full assortment of precision equipment, including autonomous vehicles.

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Wine also commented on CNH's partnership with the troubled Nikola . He said while there's no denying the company's past troubles, the CNH partnership is a good one and Nikola is helping to advance their technology.

CNH is also in the process of separating their on-highway and off-highway products, Wine said, to better allow each business to follow its own trajectory.


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Off the Tape: Nextdoor

In his Off the Tape segment, Cramer spoke with Sarah Friar, CEO of Nextdoor, the neighborhood-centric social media application.

Friar announced that Nextdoor has teamed up with Albertsons and Moderna to help address vaccine hesitancy. She said 47% of the U.S. population still hasn't received even one dose of the COVID vaccine, but 37% said they could be encouraged to do so.

The key to addressing vaccine hesitancy is to make it local, Friar explained. Most people don't follow celebrities, but if you can provide them with the right information and use local influencers in their neighborhood, your chance of success increases greatly.

Nextdoor is currently serving 260,000 neighborhoods across the nation and, as people are spending more and more time locally, the Nextdoor platform has experienced a 50% year-over-year increase in user engagement.

When asked if the company has any plans to come public, Friar said they will certainly raise money when they need it, but she's happy with their current rate of growth and progress. They continue to focus on new products and features that support local communities and especially small businesses.

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Where Did the Workers Go?

In his 'No Huddle Offense' segment, Cramer tried to answer the question, 'Where did all of the workers go?' According to the latest labor reports, there are still millions of people looking for work, but also millions of jobs waiting to be filled.

Cramer said there are a number of factors that could be keeping workers at home. Thanks to government stimulus and high savings rates, workers can afford to be picky and wait for the perfect job to come along. Workers are also benefiting from expanded unemployment benefits.

Third, Cramer noted that many people have fled cities for the country, causing shortages in metropolitan areas. People are also a lot less likely to want customer-facing jobs amid surges in bad behavior.

Finally, let's not forget that COVID has killed more than 600,000 people, with countless more having long-term complications and millions more still not vaccinated.

All of these factors are adding up to the labor shortage we're seeing, Cramer concluded. Hopefully, some will resolve themselves by the fall, but if not, the Federal Reserve might be forced to raise interest rates to curb demand.

Lightning Round

Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the 'Mad Money Lightning Round' Tuesday evening:

XPO Logistics : 'I think XPO is a great company and will be worth even more after the spinoff.'

Magna International : 'I love this company so much. This one is a winner. Every automaker should be using them.'

LoanDepot LDI: 'It's OK, but this is a very commodity-oriented business. '

Torchlight Energy Resources : 'This was a meme stock, so it's hard to comment on it other than saying it raised a lot of money.'

Qualcomm : 'I like Qualcomm a lot and I would buy it here.'

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