Jim Cramer Prefers NortonLifeLock Over McAfee

On CNBC’s "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said he prefers NortonLifeLock Inc. NLOK over McAfee Corp. MCFE.

When asked about Robinhood Markets, Inc. HOOD, Cramer said, "I can make the same comment for the last 10 points. It is so down, how do you not take a shot at it? But the answer is we don’t take shots at things."

He recommended looking for fundamental reasons to own stocks and advised investing in Morgan Stanley MS over Robinhood.

The Mad Money host said Western Union Company WU is "so darn cheap" and recommended not selling the stock at $18.

Cramer said, "Everybody wants quantum computer," when asked about IonQ, Inc. IONQ. He added that currently there is no play on a quantum computer.

Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE: RDS-A) is the "fraction of the mental firepower that Mike Wirth brings to Chevron Corporation CVX," he commented. Cramer prefers Chevron over Royal Dutch Shell as the former stock is more much disciplined than Shell.

Cramer said Doximity, Inc. DOCS is a good darn company with great advertising.

"I think Doximity has a lot of good things going for it, but it’s caught up in this whole multiple contraction on price-to-sales that nothing works at," he commented.

Marathon Digital Holdings, Inc. MARA is just a "proxy for this stuff," he said. "You want crypto, you buy crypto."

Photo: Jim Cramer via Tulane Public Relations

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