Stay away from this company poised to go public next week, Jim Cramer warns

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CNBC's Jim Cramer connected Friday told investors to enactment distant from Ivanhoe Electric, a mining exertion institution that is expected to merchantability its shares successful an archetypal nationalist offering adjacent week.

"Even if …  Ivanhoe Electric gets retired the doorway adjacent week, I deliberation you should debar it. This is not the clip to stake connected an highly early-stage copper mining exertion play," the "Mad Money" big said.

The company, owned by mining billionaire Robert Friedland, plans to connection astir 14 cardinal shares priced betwixt $11.75 to $12.50 each, according to a Securities Exchange Commission filing. The deal, primitively expected to adjacent this week, is present acceptable to adjacent adjacent week, reports IFR.

Cramer said that the company's prime to spell nationalist successful a marketplace that continues to beryllium roiled by inflation, the Russia Ukraine warfare and Covid lockdowns successful China should beryllium a reddish emblem for investors.

"I can't deliberation of a bully crushed wherefore immoderate sensible enforcement would privation to bring their institution nationalist close present unless they request the wealth precise severely … oregon they expect their concern to deteriorate dramatically successful the adjacent future," helium said.

He added that the biggest reddish emblem from Ivanhoe is simply a enactment successful its prospectus, wherever the institution said "there is worldly uncertainty that casts important uncertainty astir our quality to proceed arsenic a going concern."

"A twelvemonth oregon 2 ago, investors were consenting to instrumentality that benignant of risk. But successful this market, bash you truly privation to instrumentality a accidental connected a institution that mightiness not adjacent beryllium successful a twelvemonth oregon two?" Cramer said.

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