Don't buy into the panic, only buy stocks you understand and are willing to hold onto for the long term, Cramer says.
05/27/15 - 08:13 PM EDT
Once things settle down, start picking through the rubble for the stocks that went lower but shouldn't have, Cramer says.
05/26/15 - 08:25 PM EDT
It's earnings, earnings, earnings in a holiday-shortened week, and Cramer will be watching.
05/22/15 - 08:43 PM EDT
Making money involves tedious homework, not assumptions based on headlines alone, Cramer says.
05/21/15 - 08:27 PM EDT
Competition is good for customers but lousy for shareholders, Cramer says.
05/20/15 - 08:02 PM EDT
Sometimes those clues can be as simple as figuring out what people are buying in stores, Cramer says.
05/19/15 - 08:14 PM EDT
If there's one simple truth in the markets right now, it's that we've got too many of just about everything, Cramer says.
05/18/15 - 08:16 PM EDT
Cramer will be watching earnings from retailers Urban Outfitters, Home Depot and Wal-Mart.
05/15/15 - 07:59 PM EDT
Companies are taking control because their CEOs won't give in to macro-economic metrics, says Cramer.
05/13/15 - 08:31 PM EDT
When positive things happen, stocks tend to go higher, Cramer says.
05/12/15 - 08:02 PM EDT
What about Oracle or Microsoft buying Salesforce? Yahoo! buying Yelp? Why not? Cramer asks.
05/11/15 - 08:11 PM EDT
This is a market with opportunities for individuals who take the time to analyze companies, events and economic trends, Cramer said.
05/08/15 - 09:05 PM EDT