Foot Locker had "a miserable conference call and a not-great last quarter," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer takes calls and delivers answers to caller questions about their favorite stock picks of the day.
"Being overly reactive and moving sourcing around in product categories like ours can present massively more risk," RH CEO Gary Friedman says.
"Even after today's magnificent run, Chewy isn't all that expensive. The company's got a great growth story and they have legions of loyal customers," Jim Cramer says.
"The most important thing to watch next week is Twitter — we're watching for a president who slags China regularly," Jim Cramer says.
The bull is raging in the life science space, and Jim Cramer breaks down why these two stocks could have even more room to run.
Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer also says its partnership with an Alphabet subsidiary will be produce a more advanced device "for the ages."
Jim Cramer takes calls and delivers answers on callers' stock picks of the day in rapid speed.
The Michael Kors parent held an analyst meeting earlier this week in which management laid out its growth plans, but it yielded conflicting opinions from the community.
"There's a market for high-end luxury goods and low-end mass market merchandise, but right now there's not much space in between," the "Mad Money" host says.
Jim Cramer breaks down Revolve's recent IPO and urges investors to wait for a pullback before getting in on the stock.
Jim Cramer takes calls and gives his thoughts about viewers' favorite stock picks of the day.
"We're having record months. This quarter will be the largest quarter in the company's history," Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner says.
"I salute CEO Michele Buck for masterminding this tremendous turnaround ... but wait for a pullback," Jim Cramer says.
"You typically don't get a real bottom until the estimate cuts have been made, the stocks been softened up, and the clueless hot money has abandoned it," Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer reveals why blue chip stocks like Walmart and Proctor and Gamble may work best in this market.
Jim Cramer listens to callers and delivers his thoughts on their stock picks of the day in rapid speed.
Because the Volatility Index has not gone lower, "you need to be careful when you see the averages rallying like this morning," Jim Cramer says.
"Our engineers can't wait to pop the hood on those and check out what things that we might use on behalf of our customers," CEO Adam Selipsky says.
"We've had a colossal rally. After this kind of run, the bull is fatigued," the "Mad Money" host says.