U.S. stock futures turned lower in a sudden move earlier Tuesday after the Food and Drug Administration asked states to temporarily stop administering J&J's vaccine while it investigates reported rare cases of blood clotting in six of millions of vaccine recipients. Futures shed some of the losses, however, after the stronger-than-expected March inflation report was released.
"I don't think this is really going to impact the market nearly as much as it indicated" in the premarket, the "Mad Money" host said, referring to the J&J vaccine pause. "I don't expect this to impact travel and leisure at all. I think people who are selling those stocks are mistaken."