Cramer likes to find fresh ideas for Mad Money when he’s visiting college campuses across the U.S. So when he heard that Georgia Tech’s Student Foundation Investment Committee was clobbering the Dow and S&P, he knew where to look.
Mike from Ohio helps run the $807,000 fund, which is up 16% so far this year. As cell phones become a new appendage on people in Europe, America and Asia, Nokia has the most to gain, he said. Mike said he knows that Cramer had recommendedMotorola on the potential for Carl Icahn to break up the company, but Nokia is “the best company in a growing industry.” Before Nokia paid $8 billion to acquire Navteq earlier this month, the company had $8 billion in cash flows and only a billion in debt. It’s “a cash machine,” Mike said, and Cramer agreed: “I think that one’s a winner.”