Cramer is avoiding Progressive and expects a decent quarter from Micron.
Investors have been focusing on bad retail news but they've ignored other, more positive indicators, Cramer says.
Cramer sees bubble trouble when he looks at Tesla and he remains a believer in Domino's and its CEO.
Cramer also likes Verizon and Palo Alto Networks but says Tupperware's last quarter wasn't up to par.
Cramer likes the market but is concerned with what he's seeing with the action on Netflix, LinkedIn and Tesla.
Amazon and Chipotle are momentum monsters while Rice is a shale-drilling newcomer to watch.
Cramer prefers Sysco over Cisco and is no fan of CVR partners.
But there'll be fewer and fewer as time goes on, Cramer says.
Jim Cramer talks to St. Jude's CEO about its revolutionary pacemaker and the head of Wyndham about why its stock lags its earnings.
Jim Cramer talks about America's natural gas industry with the head of Cheniere Energy and Walgreen's role in health care with its CEO.