For years, Take-Two Interactive Software has been dismissed by Wall Street as a one-trick pony.
Jim Cramer wonders how many times it will take for the maker of popular games like "Grand Theft Auto" to beat expectations, before people realize they are the real deal?
As the "Mad Money" host always says, the game of Wall Street is about expectations. Take-Two reported earnings on Wednesday night, resulting in a skyrocket performance of over 10 percent on Thursday.
The company provided earnings of a 44-cent loss, when it was expected to lose 59 cents. Now it sits on a cash pile of $804 million, which Cramer thinks is incredible, given that it has a market capitalization of less than $2 billion.
Cramer sat down with Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnic, who he considers to be the most conservative CEO who will ever appear on "Mad Money" because of his reluctance to provide an evolved forecast for his company.