Jim Cramer is the host of the wildly popular “Mad Money” show on CNBC. He is famous for making big bold calls, liking momentum stocks and preferring dividend yielding stocks. On his show November 17, Jim Cramer discussed several stocks. Here is a list of four of those stocks, discussed in detail:
Questcor Pharmaceuticals (QCOR) is a rapidly growing biotech company. It specializes in drugs for the treatment of multiple sclerosis relapses, infantile spasms and various kidney disorders. Cramer is very bullish about this stock. Unlike many of the stocks Cramer recommends, QCOR has a huge P/E ratio of 50.21 and does not pay a dividend, but scraping at the surface more deeply, we can see why the stock may be underpriced. For one, its forward P/E is just 22.16. QCOR also has quarterly revenue growth of 91.30%. On Thursday night’s show, Cramer explained, “Questcor’s most recent quarter was spectacular, causing the stock to pop 20 percent on the news,” he said. “Even though the stock has run, it’s still cheap here on a growth basis, selling for 23 times earnings with a spectacular 42 percent growth rate.” QCOR closed trading Thursday at $41.22. Analysts expect the stock will hit $45.75 in the next year. Robert Rodriguez and Steven Romick’s First Pacific Advisors likes QCOR. Just go to the site of Insider Monkey to see more about Jim Cramer.