At a time when many furniture retailers like Williams-Sonoma and Restoration Hardware are struggling, Jim Cramer turned his attention to Wayfair to see how it could differentiate itself from the competition.
Online retailer Wayfair sells furniture and home goods at bargain prices for brands like Joss & Main, All Modern, Birch Lane and Dwell Studio. However, it seems that regardless of how the company is doing, the stock continues to be a target of short sellers who dismiss its ability to compete against traditional home-goods retailers.
With the stock down more than 16 percent for the year, Cramer spoke with Wayfair's co-founder and CEO, Niraj Shah, to find out what could be in store for the company.
"Our company was actually profitable for the first nine years, which folks tend to overlook," Shah said.