Cramer tells how he came to make the markets his life and where he got his most valuable lessons about money and investing.
Cramer is riding the Union Pacific, thinks MarkWest is a great MLP and is in the clouds over Salesforce.com.
Cramer loves ConocoPhillips and thinks Rentech Nitrogen is a keeper.
U.S. markets are no longer bound to other countries, Cramer said, but now the machines are in control.
Cramer wants you to wait on Corning and AT&T and he's watching Oracle.
Investors can clean up with Clean Harbors, have fun with Six Flags and dine out on Whole Foods, Cramer said.
What Ben Bernanke says may have some effect on the market, but not much, Cramer said.
Home Depot shows America is on the mend, said Cramer, while Whole Foods, eBay and GE are giants in their fields.
Buy Toll Brothers but avoid iShares MSCI Mexico, Cramer said.
Looking in the rear-view mirror is no way to invest, Cramer said.