"The market can be pretty darned stupid sometimes," Cramer said Tuesday. "And that’s a good thing, too, because when the market’s dumb, it gives us some terrific opportunities."
Take Saks , for example. The department store operator reported a narrower-than-expected quarterly loss and forecast same-store sales growth for the rest of the year, but said it is cautious about falling sales. Overall, Cramer thinks it was a strong quarter.
"We know that we have a Dickensian, bar-bell economy right now in America," Cramer said. "High-end retailers are thriving as the rich get richer and the low-end is also working, as everybody else trades down, while the middle just gets squeezed."
Saks is as high-end as it gets, Cramer said. Is this stock a buy, though? To learn more, he spoke with CEO Steve Sadove. Watch the video to see the full interview.
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