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Using traditional analysis, investors might think Netflix is ridiculously expensive compared to where shares traded just a few months or years ago. They'd be wrong, Cramer says.
Cramer will be awaiting earnings from Johnson & Johnson, Citgroup and General Electric, among many others next week.
Cramer prefers Altria over Philip Morris International and want you to wait on General Electric until it reports earnings.
Cramer says Costco is a quality stock while Macerich's CEO belongs on the 'Mad Money' Wall of Shame.
Many investors are getting caught up in the takeover speculation game, Cramer warns. Don't do it.
Cramer is staying away from 3D Systems, Freeport-McMoRan and Mobile Telesystems but he does like Receptos.
Southwest and Spirit are Cramer's favorite airlines but he says the Royal Dutch Shell deal for BG Group is an 'embarrassment.'
The market got a gift today, says Cramer. So why were investors heading for the hills?
Cramer says stick with Salesforce.com, Hanesbrands and Johnson Controls.
Cramer says the newest FedEx deal says a lot about the U.S. dollar and Europe, while Nucor is the steel stock to buy.