A jewelry company that most people have never heard of is somehow crushing its competition. What the heck? Jim Cramer was intrigued enough to find out what prompted a little-known stock like Signet Jewelers to have such an impressive run.
Signet is behind jewelry store chains such as Kay Jewelers, Zales and Jared, among others. And while most people can recognize its advertisements, they don't know the company involved.
Yet, it has been quietly working its way higher, with a monster 25 percent move since its late-August lows, powered by the fact that it reported a great quarter that month. It is the largest specialty jewelry chain in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
"Since Signet reported at the end of August, the stock has been absolutely screaming, and I can't blame any of the buyers who are crowding into this one, because the company has a lot going for it," Cramer said.
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The entire health care sector has been crushed lately, even the companies that have little or nothing to do with drug-price controversy associated with the group.
One of those stocks is Ventas, a health care real estate investment trust that owns more than 1,200 properties across the U.S., the U.K. and Canada. Assets include senior housing, medical office buildings, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, though the company recently spun off most of the skilled nursing properties.
So, while Ventas is an owner of real estate and is not a health-care provider, the stock has been slammed along with everything health care related.
Could this stock be at levels that are too attractive to ignore? To learn more, Cramer spoke with Ventas Chairwoman and CEO Debra Cafaro.
The CEO commented on the abundance of deals in the industry: "Our pipeline is incredible. We probably have looked at $40 billion in deals this year. And our biggest issue is to remain disciplined, be a good capital allocator, try to buy early-cycle investments in all of our different segments. So, we can find deals, no question about that."
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller-favorite stocks:
Home Depot: "I would buy half my position now and then wait to see if it comes in. I think they are having a terrific quarter."
SunEdison: "No. Remember we did a piece saying listen that one is not going to work. We thought it would work initially. It came down, forget about it."
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