Dow futures gain on President Donald Trump’s new stance on stimulus. Stocks finished sharply higher Wednesday after Trump said he would consider alternative aid measures such as a new round of stimulus checks, support for airlines, and the Paycheck Protection Program.

In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer said that when the president tweets something that tanks the stock market, it’s a mistake to sell, because President Trump hates lower stock prices and almost always reverses himself.

TheStreet’s Katherine Ross and Cramer are on Street Lightning talking about buying Alphabet stock, alternatives to the stimulus package, and Trump’s tweets.

Alphabet Stock: Buy or Sell? 

A House panel proposed to limit the power and influence of the tech giants including Amazon  (AMZN) – Get Report, Facebook  (FB) – Get Report, Apple  (AAPL) – Get Report, and Alphabet Inc.  (GOOGL) – Get Report, the parent company of Google. The recommendations from the House antitrust subcommittee could lead to the breakup of tech companies if approved by Congress.

On Tuesday, Google  (GOOGL) – Get Report announced that the G Suite brand will be replaced by Google Workspace as the new name for its package of business tools. The rebranding comes in parallel with the Google features such as having a video chat display at the corner of a document-editing window.

Cramer doesn’t find this concerning, saying “I know that the market is punishing Alphabet and I think that’s crazy.” He advises investors to buy the Alphabet stock which would be “fantastic” if the company was broken up.

Alternatives to a Stimulus Package

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he may consider alternative stimulus measures, which may include a paycheck protections program. That would be key for

Dow ended sharply lower Tuesday after President Donald Trump told his team to halt negotiations with Democrats on a fiscal stimulus package. Trump then reversed course in a tweet, sending Dow futures higher on Wednesday.

In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer asked if small businesses cab hold on until after the election? The airlines? Restaurants? With stimulus talks up in the air, Cramer looks at where we can turn to.

TheStreet’s Katherine Ross and Cramer discuss Google rebranding to G-suite, AMC reopening, and the accessibility of a potential coronavirus medicine.

Google Stock: Buy or Sell? 

Google  (GOOGL) – Get Report announced on Tuesday that the G Suite brand will be replaced by Google Workspace as the new name for its package of business tools. The rebranding comes in parallel with the Google features such as having a video chat display at the corner of a document-editing window.

Cramer said that Google stock is so far off from its high, it’s only up 10% for the year. No matter what they do seems like its snakebite. 

AMC Entertainment Stock: Buy or Sell?

AMC Entertainment  (AMC) – Get Report said Tuesday that it will keep most of its global theaters operating, and plans to increase openings in New York and California, ahead of key movie releases in the final months of the year.

The world’s biggest cinema chain said some 80% of its U.S. theaters remain open, with a higher percentage in Europe under its Oden Cinemas Group brand.

Cramer said maybe there is room for one theater and there may be a lot of people who feel that there is nothing to fear from COVID-19 if you can crush it, but if you can’t crush the virus then there is a fear.

Is COVID-19

Dow futures turned higher Tuesday after Trump returned to the White House Monday evening despite only arriving at Walter Reed medical center on Friday. Most medical experts don’t see how Trump can safely go back to the White House as Covid-19 stays in our system for 14 days.

In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer said that the stock market has something for everyone as President Donald Trump was reportedly doing better, while Democratic challenger Joe Biden continues to widen his lead in the polls. That sent many different sectors rallying, even if they typically wouldn’t trade in tandem.

TheStreet’s Katherine Ross and Cramer are on Street Lightning talking about Regeneron stock after the Pharmaceuticals company new deal, the Bristol Meyers deal, and renewed hopes over the stimulus package. 

Regeneron Stock: Buy or Sell?

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.  (REGN) – Get Report shares jumped higher Monday amid speculation the drugmaker could soon receive Emergency Use Authority from the Food & Drug Administration after its coronavirus treatment was given to President Donald Trump. 

Trump’s doctors said over the weekend that he received an infusion of Regeneron’s dual antibody treatment for COVID-19 after testing positive for the virus on Thursday.

He likes Regeneron stock but tells investors not to buy it now. Cramers says that buying it now would be late and “idiotic.”

Cramer believes that therapeutics are “the way out of this virus” not vaccine, adding that people don’t believe in vaccines anymore because they believe that Trump corrupted the deal with the FDA.

Bristol Meyers Stock: Buy or Sell?

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co  (BMY) – Get Report. agreed on Monday to buy drugmaker MyoKardia Inc.  (MYOK) – Get Report, which makes the experimental heart treatment Mavacamten, for around $13.1 billion.

Bristol-Myers will

The Dow is down over 100 points Friday morning in trading after President Trump tested positive for Covid-19. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are also down in trading on Friday. 

In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer said America might need a stimulus bill, but the stock market definitely doesn’t.

TheStreet’s Katherine Ross and Cramer are on Street Lightning talking about Tesla shares rising, stimulus deal, Airlines’ layoffs, and buying Bed Bath & Beyond Earnings.

Bed Bath & Beyond: Buy or Sell?

Bed Bath & Beyond  (BBBY) – Get Report shares are up about 40% so far, helped along by the stock’s 33% gain on Thursday. The move came after the company delivered better-than-expected earnings.

The struggling retailer generated non-GAAP earnings of 50 cents a share, easily beating expectations by 79 cents. Revenue of $2.69 billion sank just 1.1% year over year and beat expectations by $70 million.

Group revenues, the company said, were essentially flat to last year at $2.7 billion, but topped analysts’ forecast of a $2.6 billion tally thanks in part to an 89% annual increase in online sales.

The company improved financial performance through its digital transformation, reducing its cost structure, and enhancing financial flexibility, according to CEO Mark Tritton.

Cramer believes that Bed Bath & Beyond will survive post-pandemic because it reinvented its franchise.

Tesla Stock: Buy or Sell?

Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Report has been looking for a stake up to 10% in South Korean conglomerate LG’s battery operation, LG makes batteries in its LG Chem division, but the battery business is being spun off into a new company – LG Energy Solutions. If the deal happens, Tesla would take a piece of LG Energy Solutions.

Tesla reported that car deliveries for the past three months set a