was weak.......I just watched the video on CNBC....I've seen him issue sell calls with much conviction and with a long list of reasons to sell....this time he sort of shrugged his shoulders and wasn't sure if it was a sell here or not....he basically said sell to give a nod to Christine Day who he liked but couldn't really articulate a reason why you should sell.....mostly he sounded like he had no F'n clue if you should sell or not.
I saw this too, but have a different view. He seemed more disappointed and bummed to see Day leave. Oddly, he didn't seem to care about the stock price, but rather the legacy of the company...which never seems to be concern of his. He's been a huge supporter of LULU in the past and he's made me a lot of money. I went short a month ago and have been piling in. As a consumer, the quality has declined and the prices have gone up...not a good combination for a growth company.
Next week when LULU is back near $75 he will be telling you he said to buy it. Cramer takes care of Cramer's EGO and his hedge fund buddies when their stocks need a bump in either direction via his show.
You nailed it. Cramer is not a stock picker...... He does aid in the manipulation by the GS and hedge buddies. He has mastered the art of vague sarcasm to perfection, lets him take both sides of the trade.