Cramer: This Tech Stock Is 'Misunderstood'

Tuesday, 22 Mar 2011 | 8:29 PM ET
Motricity CEO Ryan Wuerch
Motricity CEO Ryan Wuerch discusses the technology his company provides to wireless companies and what the AT&T/T-Mobile deal will mean to Motricity. Essentially, Motricity enables the mobile Internet.

To find a good opportunity, Cramer on Tuesday recommended looking for a stock that's misunderstood.

Take Motricity , for example. The mobile data solutions provider is currently one of the worst performers on the Mad Money Mobile Internet Index, Cramer said. It's the gateway to mobile Internet through so-called feature phones, which are basically non-smartphones that can also surf the Web.

Although Motricity powers many of the applications consumers use, nobody sees its name plate. In turn, Cramer said few people understand the stock. The company also changed its guidance policy from quarterly to annually, which scared some people. Motricity shares are down 30 percent year-to-date, which Cramer sees as a buying opportunity.

To learn more about what's ahead for this tech stock, the "Mad Money" host spoke with CEO Ryan Wuerch. Watch the video to see the full conversation.

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