Also, Street chatter suggesting that Visteon may split itself into two companies captured Cramer's attention. And after sifting through the specifics, he said, should the company split, the move could quickly unlock significant value.
In addition, Cramer said it might be time to get Whole Foods on the radar. "With shares down more than 30 percent year to date, Cramer thinks too many investors are negative. "It's the most forward-thinking company in the industry on the eve of its first national ad campaign, an affinity program and more aggressive delivery. I'd start doing homework; a real turnaround could be coming in the not too distant future."
Also, Cramer said "Ulta's back and, it might be bigger than ever." That is, after trading almost sideways for the better part of a year, Cramer said, "Ulta just reported the kind of quarter that gets the bulls going and infuriates the shorts."
Looking at his homework, after a caller asked about RingCentral, Cramer hit the books and found the stock to be simply too speculative. "It's just not worth the risk," he said. Turning attention to AutoHome, another stock brought to Cramer's attention by a viewer, Cramer said "I'm willing to give this stock my blessing for speculation. Just remember to use limit orders and buy in small increments so that you can buy even more if the stock goes still lower."
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