Mad Money reported that home goods ,
specifically appliances, were the big sellers this holiday
season. In addition to
Whirlpool and Newell Rubbermaid , he also
reiterated his call on Jarden , maker of Mr. Coffee, Oster
and other well-known brands.
But knowing that appliances are selling well isn’t enough for Cramer. He wanted to know why these items are flying off the shelves. Once he’s figured that out he can apply the logic to find other stocks worth trading this holiday season, one he expects to be profitable for much of the retail sector.
To find out exactly what’s going on, Cramer asked Jarden CEO Martin Franklin to revisit Mad Money. Franklin’s last appearance on the show was just a few weeks ago, on Nov. 2, and the stock since then is up $1.76, or 6.7%, to $28.06. What’s next for this company? And was Cramer right about appliances being this season’s hot-ticket item? Watch the full interview to find out.
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