Apple has been on everyone’s mind since the passing of its co-founder Steve Jobs. While Cramer thinks the tech giant is still a buy, he also has his eye on a possible derivative play in the form of ZAGG.
The company makes covers, scratch protectors and carrying cases for portable devices, including the iPhone and iPad. While ZAGG has had some real momentum lately, Cramer’s concerned about its ability to withstand the competition.
So to find out if this is a speculative play worth taking a chance on, the “Mad Money” host spoke to ZAGG’s Chairman, President and CEO Robert Pedersen. Watch the videoto see the full interview.
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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Apple.
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