Any time there is anything positive said about Apple, the stock quickly becomes condemned. There was no clearer example of this, to Jim Cramer, than the $1 billion stake that Berkshire Hathaway just took in the company.
Within minutes of learning about Berkshire's 9.81 million-share position in Apple, Cramer heard rumors that it wasn't a position under Warren Buffett. Many thought it was either under Todd Combs or Ted Weschler, two investment managers who help oversee the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.
In other words, they didn't attribute the position to even count under the name of the Oracle of Omaha.
"I say, give me a break. This is the first time I can ever recall that you have to asterisk a Buffett buy," the "Mad Money" host said.