Why Jim Cramer Thinks That Slack Is a 'Red Hot'

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Published on June 20, 2019 - Duration: 01:03s

Why Jim Cramer Thinks That Slack Is a 'Red Hot'

Jim Cramer weighs in on Slack going public Thursday.

The reference price--not its pricing point, since it's not IPOing--for Slack's direct public offering Thursday was set at $26 by the NYSE.

However, Cramer's got some advice for investors who are wondering if it's worth buying Slack.

"You can own a Crowdstrike or you can own a Zoom or you can own a Slack but don't own all three," Cramer said.

"Do not own all three because these are what I used to call in my book Real Money.

The red hots and the red hots are remarkable, they popped up in 1999 and they're back," he continued.

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