There’s really no reason to recommend Snap here

Rhythm Pharmaceuticals: “Very interesting company. Does weight loss, but I have a company that does weight loss and a lot of other things and it’s called Eli Lilly. It’s owned by my Charitable Trust, and we talk about it a lot with the Investors Club.”

Snap: “I have no reason to buy Snap – it’s losing money – other than it’s a $10 stock. I can’t make it the only reason why I recommend the action.

Vista Outdoor: “You know, Vista Outdoor, if you got rid of the guns — I’m a hunter — if you got rid of the guns and you had everything else, I think the stock would be higher because it’s the world we’re in I’m not saying it’s a good world, a bad world, but it’s the world we’re in.

On Thursday morning, Vista Outdoor sent an email to CNBC, noting that it sold its gun manufacturing segments in 2019. The company is in the process of expanding its sporting goods segment, which includes the manufacturer of Remington Ammunition, creating a separate publicly traded company. The other will be the outer segment. The transaction is expected to be finalized in 2023.

Eagle Bulk Shipping: “All bulk shippers have the same problem. They have these giant returns, but I’m telling you, they’re not worth it. I don’t like risk. I don’t like risk. risk .”

Disclosure: Cramer’s Charitable Trust owns shares of LLY.

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