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Tag: Jim Cramer

Costco has a China problem — and it’s not tariffs

Costco has a problem in China, but it has nothing to do with tariffs, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.e problem is Shanghai, a city of nearly 25 million people, has only one Costco store, the “Mad Money” host said. Pair it with Costco’s ability to deftly handle tariffs in the U.S.-China trade war, and it …

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Digital is the difference maker in Target, Kohl’s results

Tariffs on Chinese imports are not the biggest weight on the retail cohort, according to CNBC’s Jim Cramer. Retailers must win in the current environment by either having a strong online presence or offering discount prices, he told “Mad Money” viewers Wednesday. “If you’re not offering a great digital experience or nearly unbeatable bargains … …

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Walmart, Target CEOs ‘made me feel terrific’ about consumers

Optimism from the CEOs of two of the nation’s biggest retailers, Target and Walmart, show that American consumers are not tightening their belts due to trade tariffs, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday. The views expressed by Target CEO Brian Cornell and Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, in CNBC interviews this week, “made me feel terrific,” Cramer …

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‘The best innovation happens when you’ve got constraints’

As the old saying goes, constraint is the mother of innovation. Actually, that’s not quite what it says. But that is the essence of what Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday. “I personally believe that the best innovation happens when you’ve got constraints,” Bergh said on “Mad Money.” …

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‘We keep changing’ to fend off fakes

The RealReal is constantly updating its operations in an effort to prevent and remove counterfeit products from its website, founder and CEO Julie Wainwright told CNBC Tuesday. “What we did even in August of this year doesn’t look like what we do now,” Wainwright said in a “Mad Money” interview with Jim Cramer. “We have …

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TJX, Ross, Burlington benefit from ‘losers in the mall’

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday highlighted one segment in the retail industry he believes will work well in a portfolio whether the economy is slowing or thriving. The off-price retailers of TJX Companies, Ross Stores and Burlington Stores satisfy both consumers looking for bargain deals and real estate investment trusts, or REITs, looking to lease …

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Stay away from Wayfair’s ‘toxic’ stock

The stock of online furniture retailer Wayfair has grown “toxic,” and you should keep it out of your portfolio, CNBC’s Jim Cramer advised Monday. “This has become a momentum stock without any momentum, which is why I think you need to stay the heck away from it,” the “Mad Money” host said. “As long as …

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Going public is ‘certainly our objective as a company’

If StockX has plans to hold an IPO, it now has a person at the helm with experience in pubic markets. StockX, the Detroit-based e-commerce marketplace that started out as an exchange for limited-edition sneakers, in June brought on eBay alum Scott Cutler to lead the privately held company as CEO. In the same month, …

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