He will love SODA as soon as he and his fellow manipulators have covered their shorts and loaded up cheaply for the run up. They know that SODA will fly soon, so now is the time to keep it down and tank up - IMO.
Cramer picks approx. 10-15 stocks a day. Between the "lighting round" and his own picks he simply can "Cherry pick" those stocks that he's right on.
He comes out sometimes and falls a knife on some stocks, but at most he simply ignores his bad calls. I subscribe to his service and it’s brutal. He buys a stock in waves (5-8 times over a long period of time in 100-500 share allotments). I remember when he recommends Hess and it proceeded to go down 35%; I got an email mid-after with no fanfare saying he was selling. Almost as soon as he sold it went up 15%.He also made a horrible on BA last year (lost25% after his call). He was slamming his first on HECK at 6.5 and now it’s at 4.5 in 6 months. His call on the banks is probably one of his worst calls ever; cost his viewers and average of 30-35% in 2 and months of gains. I can go on, but I won’t. My point is Cramer works the law of numbers; he picks something like 1000-1500 stocks a year and simply points out the 20 or 25% that he got right. It’s the law of averages and he uses it to his advantage every time.