Cramer recommended e-commerce company GSI Commerce as a Christmas play. Now that the stock is up 17% since then, the Mad Money maven is wondering if it’s time to take profits. He got Chairman, CEO and President Michael Rubin on the phone to figure it out.
Rubin notes that GSI is barely eight years old – and e-commerce, for that matter, is only 10. For that reason, “There’s so much growth ahead of us,” he says. The CEO predicts comp-store sales will more than double the business over the next five years. Also, an increase in new partners, marketing services and internationalization are all contributing to the growth spurt.
Cramer liked what he heard. He recommends holding on to the stock – and buying it if it dips below $20.
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