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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Jim Cramer expects good things to happen in next week's trading.
He told his
"Mad Money" TV show viewers Friday that they should be patient and stay constructive, using market declines to buy in and not bail out of stocks. Cramer said while his game plan for next week's trading hinges on Friday's latest labor report, there are still a few interesting stocks to watch out for.
On Monday, Cramer said he'll be listening to
for a read on whether the stalled
might be worth buying soon. He'll also be listening to the
investor update. Cramer said this stock, which he owns for his charitable trust,
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, will be splitting into two companies and investors need to pay attention.
For Tuesday, Cramer said that
Dick's Sporting Goods
will provide a read on the sporting goods and consumer discretionary markets. He'll use Dick's call to see if there are other sports apparel stocks worth buying and see if Vail is slowing from higher gasoline prices.
investor conference. Cramer said he's bullish on Brown Forman and would pickup some
ahead of the release. He'd also buy Honeywell ahead of the conference. Ciena is in one of the worst industries out there, said Cramer, and he's not a buyer.
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Then on Thursday, Cramer said he's still bullish on both
. He said there's a good quarter lurking for Ulta and he's a buyer of Heckmann for the long haul.
Finally on Friday there's the almighty labor report, the one number that will affect both the November elections as well as the short-term sentiment of the market.
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