Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Making Sense of the Rally
This overhyped Internet stock debuted at $15 a share and has been drowning investors in a manner not seen since the first dot com bust in 2001. Cramer said it was easy to see this one coming, which is why there's absolutely no excuse for the analysts which until today rated the stock as a "buy."
"Welcome to the graveyard, Zynga," Cramer concluded.
In his closing comments, Cramer said Facebook(FB) delivered horrible numbers with decelerating revenue.
Starbucks(SBUX) also delivered slowing sales, but Cramer said that doesn't mean the company is down and out forever.
Finally, Amazon.com(AMZN) delivered a great quarter and remains his favorite out of the three companies.
--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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