Jim Cramer discusses Wednesday’s earnings reports and what it means for stock picking in 2022

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On Wednesday’s episode of “Mad Money,” host Jim Cramer broke down earnings reports from Morgan Stanley and Procter & Gamble, among others, and explained their implications for stock picking this year.

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James Joseph Cramer is an American television personality and host of Mad Money on CNBC. He is a former hedge fund manager as well as an author and a co-founder of TheStreet.com. He was raised in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania.

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