Cramer is tired of high performance companies getting run from investors after reporting strong earnings. "We have seen so many…
Cramer is tired of high performance companies getting run from investors after reporting strong earnings.
“We have seen so many companies report large numbers in the quarter and the market has swung or even shredded its shares for no good cause, other than misconception,” he said.
With the help of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings as an example, Cramer pointed to their healthy results, as described by Cruising Giant’s CEO on “Mad Money.” But investors have not only given rise to shares, which is over 8 percent for 2018.
“It is considered a business company with a Brazilian stock, and everyone acts as if we are focused on an I think it’s usually wrong, he says and notes that all Norwegian ships are traveling fully booked and that the company has already booked 65 percent of its rooms for 201
9. “How could it be a cyclical company?”
He found that skeptics had the wrong mistake in most of the criticisms: the cruise operator is increasing prices, do not keep them flat, increase capacity to match demand with younger customers and benefit from lower oil prices, he claimed.
Thus, instead of noticing Norwegian, a “show-me” store should raise it ideas that the company has “shown” bought, “said Cramer. “Already.”