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Spending $4.8 billion on TNT Express signals FedEx doesn't think the dollar will stay strong forever, Cramer says.
Cramer is staying away from Juno Therapeutics and Foundation Medicine.
Wells Fargo and Verizon are among Cramer's favorite dividend stocks while Carmax is one of the best retail stories in the U.S.
It's time to accept the fact the futures are often wrong, Cramer says.
Cramer likes where Federal Realty Trust is headed and likes Restoration Hardware for the long term.
Cramer likes Hasbro and Cypress Semiconductor but wants no part of the Lumber Liquidators battleground.
It may be a short trading week but Cramer will be awaiting the latest jobs report Friday and then it's on to earnings, including Alcoa, next week.
Cramer is no fan of GoDaddy but likes FreshPet's place in the healthy and organic food movement.
Cramer says to be careful on Insys Therapeutics, prefers Starbucks over Dunkin Brands and would buy Alaska Air.
Supply is the true enemy of the bull and there's a lot of new supply hitting the markets, Cramer says.