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Jim Cramer has relied on this post-earnings investment since his days at Goldman Sachs and he’s still relying on it today.
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"To watch entrepreneurs or technologists go over and tackle these moonshots ... that's what we have all been hoping for," said Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith.
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