Cramer Gives His Opinion On Willis Towers Watson, Albemarle And More

Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round" that Joby Aviation Inc JOBY could drop to $7 or $8.

Cramer doesn't want to own Meta Materials Inc MMAT.

He is not a buyer of Ares Commercial Real Estate Corp ACRE.

Willis Towers Watson PLC WLTW is a very good brokerage company that is not going to hurt you nor excite you, said Cramer. It is profitable, it is doing quite well and Cramer likes it very much.

Ingevity Corp NGVT is a really interesting company, said Cramer. It has got good growth, it makes money and it doesn't sell for an expensive price.

Albemarle Corporation ALB is a great company with a very expensive stock and terrific growth, said Cramer. It's more speculative than he likes, but it's worth buying, he added.

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