Stay away from Hertz (HTZ) until its management proves they know what they are doing, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Hertz is down 40% on Tuesday putting it on track for its worst one-day decline since going public in 2006, after guiding for a weak full year. The car-rental company expects full-year earnings between $0.51 a share and $0.88 a share, below its previous guidance of $2.75 to $3.50 a share. Hertz also reported a decline in third-quarter earnings on weakness in the U.S. rental market.
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