Cramer: Going from HAS-MAT to a Company That's Truly Hazardous

Takeovers can be bountiful. When two companies get together, when one company buys another, there can be so much value created that you have to marvel that it didn't happen already. Takeovers can boost the value of all stocks in a sector, and therefore increase the value of the market. That plays out so regularly these days that you have to factor it into the market.

We saw it just today when Hasbro HAS made overtures to Mattel MAT, which would be simply brilliant. Mattel's stock soars three bucks on just the word of talks, but more important, Hasbro's stock rallied gigantically on the news because the synergies are so great and the prices are so right. You can call it HAS-MAT, I call it money and it would be sensational for all involved, especially because Hasbro would be taking advantage of the bankruptcy of Toys R Us, which crushed the earnings of Mattel and helped eliminate the company's long-standing large dividend, which grew larger and larger, of course, as the stock went down....1123 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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