NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- "The averages may be telling us to shiver in fear, but the data is telling a different story," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Wednesday.
He said the statistics from individual companies continue to tell him that the recovery is still on track, so he's ignoring the headlines and the averages and is looking for bargains.Cramer said that the data is telling him that we're still in good shape, economically speaking, and he just can't ignore such powerful signals. He said that when Tractor Supply (TSCO), which sells expensive things to farmers, says it's having a good quarter, he has to pay attention.
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