Weyerheuser will benefit from the housing rebound while Aviv REIT gains from an aging population, Cramer said.
This quarter more than any other, investors have been able to see how great CEOs respond to changing market conditions and lead their companies to greatness, said Cramer.
EOG has what it takes to be profitable, Clorox has staying power and Dr Pepper is a viable competitor, Cramer said.
Cramer is buying Clean Harbors despite a horrendous chart and wants to buy Calumet Specialty Products.
In today's market, there are more buyers than those willing to sell, and that's driving up stock prices, Cramer said.
Cramer said the skeptics are wrong about Linn and he's sticking with ADT and Hain Celestial.
Cramer is sitting on the sidelines on Two Harbors but he's all for Ellie Mae.
Not everyone can be an investor like Warren Buffett, Cramer said. Investors need flexibility to change with the markets.
Investors can't wait to hear what Berkshire's Warren Buffett has to say, Cramer said, and Facebook had the best earnings this quarter.
But Cramer says he's always liked Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment.