Both Facebook and Amazon shares fell through the session through no fault of their own, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday.
He said the two Internet giants have been hit in one fell swoop because of "guilt feelings" in the FAANG group – Google. The search engine is a subsidiary of Alphabet, which missed the sales mark in the first quarter of 2019 by almost $ 1 billion.
"Amazon and Facebook have actually seen their shares fall today based on the theory that everyone is behaving badly when Alphabet is running badly – that's just stupid, nonsense," said the "Mad Money" host , "Alphabet had a deficit because they lose to Amazon and Facebook."
Alphabet stock fell 7.5% that day. Amazon and Facebook fell 0.61
Cramer said Alphabet's issues are specific as both Facebook and Amazon met Wall Street's expectations in their quarterly reports. Google's weakness in selling ads could cause them to lose on the two leading platforms for e-commerce and social media.
"In a rational world, Amazon and Facebook have teamed up with the news that they are beating the stuff of Alphabet," Cramer said. "Hey, at least you can bring the winners here in weakness – the stupidity of the market can be your chance."
A Wind from the Tree
Cramer said investors who had bought Apple before the first quarter of the report made the right gamble.
The host usually does not recommend buying a stock before making a profit if the company delivers a bad report. But the tech giant did not disappoint on Tuesday.
"Apple has not only delivered a nice top and final strike, but China, the main source of weakness in the last quarter, is also turning around," said Cramer. "When I talked about it with [CEO] Tim [Cook]I was surprised how optimistic he was."
While iPhone sales dropped 17%, Cramer pointed out that Apple's management has grown at the end of the quarter. Wearables growth and the emerging services business could lead to a great second quarter, he added. Apple held its quarterly conference call after the market closed on Tuesday.
Apple shares fell 1.93% during the session. The stock climbed 5% in after-hours trading.
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Competitive Small Businesses
Harley Finkelstein, CEO, Shopify
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According to COO Harley Finkelstein, Shopify is about making it easier for entrepreneurs to get started.
The Canadian ecommerce platform serves as a point of sale for 820,000 merchants who, if considered as a single entity, would make it the third largest online retailer in the United States, he said to Cramer. This allows Shopify to capitalize on the economies of scale, much like the big retailers, and get the benefits out of business, "said Finkelstein.
"So what we do is equal the playing field," he said. "That means they get better rates for shipping, processing, and capital, and now these small businesses can suddenly compete with the world's largest retailers and brands."
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Tough love  Cramer said Alphabet's stock would not have scratched nearly $ 100 a share during the session if CFO Ruth Porat had done one thing on Monday's quarterly result: Be You open and honest.
Cramer said he was "sad" about "bad things" about a company whose chief financial officer he has great respect for.
"If you miss numbers, you have to confirm it, you have to say," Hey, we screwed it up, that's what went wrong, so we'll fix it, "said the host." Alphabet disappoints, but Ruth Porat did not say that. "
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Anders Gustafsson, CEO of Zebra Technologies
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Zebra Technologies, maker of computer printing technologies, wants the CEO Anders Gustafsson told Cramer.
"We see this as a great opportunity for us," he said in an interview with host "Mad Money." "With Android, we have been able to significantly increase the application possibilities for new uses. Therefore, people use the data in different forms and drive the technology further into the company. More and more people are coming into the hands of some form of device or technology.
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Moving the Real Estate Market
Doug Bauer, CEO of TRI Pointe
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The CEO of TRI Pointe Group, Douglas Bauer, told CNBC he saw a "momentum shift" in the first quarter of 2019.
"Consumers are definitely more engaged," he said in a personal interview with Cramer.
TRI Pointe is an association of local housing companies and has this year Cramer noted that lower mortgage rates enabled buyers to return to the real estate market.
TRI Pointe remains in the housing group as the stock returns to a mixed yield for the first quarter on Thursday fell by 8% and posted a top value
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Cramer's Blitz Round: Let this share price move away from its all-time highs before buying it
In Cramer's Blitz Round, the "Mad Money" Host
Prologis Inc .: "They buy Prologis at the all-time high here. Just leave us. Let this come for a little bit. I think prices. "Could go a little higher."
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc .: "I do not like this stock, I think the company has gotten a little lost, you have to make some changes, because right now I think so They are really hurt by Amazon. "
Carnival Corp.:" It has that good yield, 3.65 [percent] but you know, I prefer Norwegian Cruise Lines because I think they're a little better. " Disclosure: Cramer's charitable foundation owns shares in Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple,