Jim Cramer, TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS portfolio manager and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ said Visa (V) is a really interesting opportunity right now. Cramer made his comments after a viewer asked on social media about Visa’s acquisition of Visa Europe, and whether PayPal (PYPL) would be hurt by the move. Cramer said the deal is good for Visa, and not necessarily bad for any of its competitors. Cramer also talked about a pattern in stocks, where companies like Electronic Arts(EA) and T-Mobile (TMUS) report great quarters, sell off, and then bottom. He said give Visa a couple of days. Another viewer asked about whether Chipotle’s (CMG) best days are behind it or in front of it, in light of the news about an E.Coli outbreak in the Pacific Northwest. One viewer asked if Boeing (BA) and Airbus would be hurt by China’s decision to build domestic passenger jets. Cramer said Boeing has a huge backlog of Chinese orders, and while it might be a threat someday, it’s probably not an issue for the next four or five years. Cramer was also asked for his thoughts on JetBlue, and he responded that Delta (DAL) and American (AMR) are less expensive, especially since JetBlue has had a very big move recently. Send your questions to Cramer via social media. You can find him on Facebook (FB) and on Twitter, using @JimCramer. Send questions with the hashtag CramerQ.
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