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Cramer’s lightning round: I don’t want to own Taiwan Semiconductor

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Edwards Lifesciences Corp: “I suggest that you have to buy Johnson & Johnson. They bought the better heart-valve company.”

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Cerence Inc: “In a market like this, it can go to $13, $12. If you can take that level of pain, you can absolutely buy it, because it is a good company.”

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd: “I think long-term. I don’t want to own it.”

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Matterport Inc: “It’s a $3 stock. So you think, ‘well, how much can you lose?’ I’ve got bad news. The answer is $3.”

Disclaimer: Cramer’s Charitable Trust owns shares of Johnson & Johnson.

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