For his final “Executive Decision” segment of Mad Money Thursday night, Jim Cramer checked in Joe Hogan, president and CEO of Align Technology (ALGN) , the orthodontics supplier.
ALGN just posted 62% revenue growth with better-than-expected earnings. The shares, however, fell 1.4%, a move Cramer called a mistake.
Hogan said digital orthodontics have been a game changer for the industry. He said nearly 75% of all adults have an alignment issue that could be rectified by Align.
Align has been a life-saver for many dental offices, Hogan noted. As patients dwindled during the pandemic, Align’s products were able to augment