Jim Cramer Talks Take-Two and What’s Next for Cannabis



Here’s what you need to know about the market going into the end of the week. Or, rather, what Jim Cramer says you need to know.

TheStreet’s founder breaks down the video game stocks, and what investors need to know about the cannabis stocks after Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Takes Off

Cramer takes a look at Take-Two Interactive Software, which announced earnings Wednesday, Nov. 7.

Despite delivering strong earnings and impressive numbers on sales of Red Dead Redemption 2, shares fell. Cramer points out that this is not necessarily a surprise.

Activision Blizzard will be releasing earnings after the bell Thursday.

Time to Buy Into Cannabis?

After the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions–who was very against legalizing cannabis federally–cannabis stocks are on the rise.

Cramer breaks down why he thinks that it’s important to focus on Canopy Growth instead of other names such as Tilray.

Time to Dump Coty?

In the Ask Jim segment, Cramer takes a viewer question about Coty.
Cramer thinks that it’s time to dump Coty and focus on Estee Lauder.

Got a question about the market? Reach out to @KatherineRooss on Twitter or email her at Katherine.Ross@TheStreet.com for a chance to have Cramer answer your question.

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