Everything Jim Cramer said about the stock market on 'Mad Money,' including GE's prospects, GrubHub CEO, Snap's upside

Cramer Remix: Why the pressure's on for Apple's earnings

CNBC's Jim Cramer explained why Boeing is a weight on General Electric's turnaround story. The "Mad Money" host talked with GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney about competition in the food delivery space. Later in the show, he turned bullish on Snap and explained how investors should approach the stock with earnings around the corner.

A winner with limits

People visit the General Electric stand during the China International Import Expo (CIIE) at the National Exhibition and Convention Center on November 7, 2018 in Shanghai, China.
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received a big upgrade from , but its turnaround hinges on its most important aviation customer, CNBC's said Thursday.

"GE is a total winner unless — unless — fails to get this darned plane certified," the "Mad Money" host said. "GE's among the many aerospace suppliers who won't be able to make their numbers unless the 737 Max goes back into being sold and resumes production."

To sell or not to sell

Matt Maloney, founder and CEO of Grubhub.
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is not actively in the market to be acquired, but the food delivery provider is open ears, CEO Matt Maloney told Cramer.

GrubHub shares surged double digits earlier this month on reports that a possible sale was on the table, and of interest from four grocers, though the company later denied rumors. The door does appear to be open.

"We would totally evaluate any offer, but we haven't had one yet," Maloney said in a sit down interview. "I think [reporters] were barking up the wrong tree."

Bullish on Snap

Evan Spiegel, co-founder and chief executive officer of Snap Inc., speaks during the New Work Summit in Half Moon Bay, California, U.S., on Monday, Feb. 25, 2019.
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was the best comeback stock last year, and the company poses an enticing opportunity for investors to play, though there are obstacles to work through, Cramer said.

"I do think the stock of Snap has more upside, and I am painfully aware that I am late after this run, but I don't love that it's catching so many upgrades going into its next earnings report" next month, the host said. "I recommend if you like Snap putting on half your position before the quarter, then if the stock gets hit after the quarter you can go back" and buy more.

Cramer's lightning round

In Cramer's lightning round, the "Mad Money" host broke down his thoughts on callers' favorite stock picks in rapid speed.

: "I think it's a show-me situation. ... They missed the quarter and they missed the quarter bad. I thought [CEO] Chuck Robbins was very polished the other day in Davos. I am sticking with it. It's a big position in my charitable trust. It's got a nice dividend, good balance sheet. The 5G — you've got to be careful. It is enterprise 5G, it is not consumer 5G, so therefore it's a 2021 story, but I think it's worth owning."

: "No. No. It's moved a great deal and most importantly it is fossil fuels."

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Cisco Systems.


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