Cramer was referring to the resignation of Mellanox CFO Michael Gray in September. "Although the resignation isn't necessarily a sign of trouble, why take chances? If you're putting money to work put it elsewhere. As a matter of discipline, I sell a stock when the CFO unexpectedly announces his decision to leave for personal reasons," Cramer said.
In less than four months, Mellanox's share price has halved, from a peak of $120 in early September, to a current price of just over $60.
On the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange this morning, Mellanox is down 0.65%, at NIS 230.40.
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