Microsoft just made an aggressive move into mobile. But Cramer wouldn't put money behind it.
This week Microsoft announced plans to acquire Nokia's mobile phone business, the number two handset maker, in an attempt to compete more effectively with Apple, Samsung and other major players.
CEO Steve Ballmer has called the acquisition a pivotal moment for the software giant.
"It's a bold step into the future — a win-win for employees, shareholders and consumers of both companies," Ballmer said. "Bringing these great teams together will accelerate Microsoft's share and profits in phones and strengthen the overall opportunities for both Microsoft and our partners across our entire family of devices and services."
Cramer doesn't quite see it like that.