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What: Shares of IntraLinks
So what: If shares were going to pop, they should have done it yesterday, when earnings were released before the bell, but a day late is better than never. This appears to be the classic Mad Money hop after Jim Cramer talks about a stock or interviews an executive on his television show.
Now what: If you're going to buy IntraLinks, you should do it based on great revenue growth, falling debt, and solid market position, not because Cramer says so. I would be skeptical buying the bounce today, and I think the stock will give back much of these gains when Cramer followers have finished buying. IntraLinks may be in a solid position long-term, but I never like buying on a Mad Money pop.
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