Jim Cramer's & # 39; Mad Money & # 39; Review & Stock Selection November 19, 2019
CNBC's Jim Cramer advises investors not to be deterred by a possible escalation of the trade war by one of the most important segments of the technology industry. The Mad Money host will pay Salesforce.com co-CEO Marc Benioff at the company's annual Dreamforce software conference to learn more about Cloud's Customer 360 Truth platform. In the show, he teamed up with the managers of luxury furniture retailer RH and payment company Square to gain more insight into their businesses.
Keep an eye out for Software-as-a-Play stock in the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange floor.
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According to CNBC the entire technology sector of the market should not be abandoned.
The "Mad Money" host pointed out that selling off would be a bad miscalculation and asked investors to ask for what they sell. "
" If you drop an ETF, be my guest ̵
1; these are just stupid mergers of stocks beaten up by people making a living, convincing you that the technology sector is still real, coherent He said, "But if you put off the kind of technology stocks that work here-especially the better-known software-as-a-service names – you're probably making a big mistake."
RH: Supported by Warren Buffett
Gary Friedman, CEO, Restoration Hardware
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Last week, Berkshire Hathaway announced to Warren Buffett that he owned more than 1 million shares of high-end furniture retailer RH Shares rose nearly 8% in one day.
Gary Friedman, head of The Retailer, formerly known as Restoration Hardware, named Berkshire Hathaway one of three companies, including Appl e and Louis Vuitton's parent LVMH.
"When The Or" [of Omaha] Somehow Finds Your Business in All Businesses "In the world," Cramer explained, "never before have so many people called or written to me about an event in the history of my career . "
Salesforce Launches Single Source of Truth Software
Marc Benioff Marc Benioff, CEO of SalesForce at DreamForce in San Francisco on September 25, 2018.
Salesforce founder Marc Benioff announced on Tuesday that the latest wave of computers, known as Single Source of Truth, is now on the market.  The co-CEO said in a "Mad Money" Appearance that the recent acquisitions worth 22 Billions of dollars allowed the company to introduce Customer 360 Truth at Salesforce's annual Dreamforce software conference.
"Now we enter the fourth phase of data processing," Benioff said in an interview with Crame "It's the pursuit of a single source of truth, and that's what we've built into our platform."
The Three Growth Pillars of Mapping Square payments
Square app for credit card withdrawal from smartphones.
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Square, known for the popular cash transfer platform Cash App, a digital payments company, has expanded its small business services over the last decade from credit card readers to more than 20 products, said CFO Amrita Ahuja Cramer in an interview.
The company, which now has a market value of $ 28.5 billion, relies on "three growth horizons" to drive its future, she said. Strategies include scaling the customer base in Square's buyer and seller ecosystems, strengthening cross-selling capabilities, and linking the two ecosystems of buyers and sellers – these are powerful and in-depth opportunities for us in the coming years
Square closed on Tuesday at $ 66 per share, an increase of 18% this year, but nearly $ 17 from the high of early August.  Cramer's Blitz Round
In Cramer's Blitz round freaks the "Mad Money" host through his thoughts on the most popular stick picks of the callers of the day.
Ford: "Ford … we'll take care of the dividend and I say now, be careful.
: "The lightning hit once and that was good enough and I would not stay there too long. "
: I'm a bit more conservative, so I like Novartis for this situation."
Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares in Novartis, Apple and Salesforce.com.
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