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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- "The averages are masking some big changes in the market," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his
"Mad Money" TV show Thursday, as he said some of the market's former high fliers and once again ready to roll.
Cramer said much of the market's recent rally was made on the backs of the industrial stocks and fertilizer plays like
Caterpillar(CAT), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust,
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Potash(POT). It was also made by the technology stocks, thanks to strength in smartphones and cloud computing.
In recent days however, as many of these high fliers were taking a breather, Cramer said a minor chord in the market, one that was bullish on the safer consumer products names, took over. That of, of course, until today.
Cramer said worries over rising costs at
Procter & Gamble(PG) have silenced that bull market, sending money flooding back into tech and the industrials.
Cramer said he still likes Caterpillar, which he feels could add another $25 a share, along with
Eaton(ETN) and Potash. In the tech space, Cramer said
Netflix(NFLX) remains on fire, as does chipmaker
Also on Cramer's hot list,
F5 Networks(FFIV), which saw its shares pummeled in recent days, and