Cramer Shares His Thoughts On VectoIQ, Yext And More

On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said to a viewer with a long position in Sprout Social Inc SPT to sell 50% of the position now and let the rest run.

Cramer would take a profit in Dow Inc DOW. It has good yield, but the business is not doing well.

Fiverr International Ltd FVRR is too high, said Cramer. He is not a buyer.

Braskem SA ADR BAK is a dangerous stock, said Cramer. He thinks its yield is questionable.

It was a very tough quarter for Ventas, Inc. VTR and Cramer can't recommend it.

Inseego Corp INSG is a little bit overheated, but Cramer likes it.

VectoIQ Acquisition Corp. VTIQ is way too hot, said Cramer. He can't recommend it as a buy.

Delphi Technologies PLC DLPH is not going anywhere, said Cramer. He wouldn't touch it.

Yext Inc YEXT is a good story, said Cramer. He likes the stock.

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