Jim Cramer’s 2022 forecast for the worst-performing Dow stocks in 2021


CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday broke down his 2022 outlook for last year’s worst-performing stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial.

The “Mad Money” host also gave his forecast for the blue-chip index’s best performers.

“There are a few comeback stories in the dogs of the Dow, but for the most part I don’t expect these dogs to have their day in 2022,” Cramer said.

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Cramer criticized Amgen’s recent performance and its future outlook, calling the drugmaker’s stock “a dug.” He added, “I thought Amgen was supposed to be a growth company, but as biotech’s go, it’s a fossil.”



Cramer called Merck’s recent stock performance “extremely disappointing.” While the stock rose 2.43% Wednesday, Cramer said he’s not sure “what can sustain the rally” and suggested investors sell shares.


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Industrial giant 3M had “a tough year and yet it still finished in the black, despite several guide downs based on several different divisions — uncharacteristic for this great company,” Cramer said. “The stock doesn’t seem to want to go much lower here, but I can’t think of anything that could turn it around,” he added.

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