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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- The markets were able to separate themselves from the woes of Europe this week, Jim Cramer told
"Mad Money" viewers Friday, and that trend will likely to continue into next week.
So in his game plan for next week's trading, Cramer said the deadline for reforms in Cyprus will have the markets' attention on Monday. That won't stop him from watching
Dollar General(DG), a stock that disappointed last quarter but will likely be forgiven this quarter.
Tuesday brings a host of economic news including the durable goods number, new home sales and the Case-Schiller housing index. Cramer said housing remains on fire and he's expecting terrific numbers from these metrics, which should also be a boon for the broader markets.
PVH Corp(PVH) will be reporting. Cramer said he expects good things from Five Below, which is already up 30% for the year, and would buy on any weakness. He's also looking for a pullback to buy Paychex after it reports. Cramer also told viewers that he'd be a buying of PVH both before and after it reports as he expects great things from the Warnaco acquisition.
Finally on Thursday, it's
BlackBerry(BBRY) taking center stage. Cramer said he'd sell Accenture ahead of its results and buy it back later, but would be a buyer of BlackBerry on any weakness as last year's "left for dead" stocks seem to have been resurrected for 2013.
Investors looking for a speculative tech stock offering multiple ways to win should look no further than
Compuware(CPWR), Cramer told viewers, as he made it his focus for "Speculation Friday."
Cramer said Compuware was once a $39 stock back in 1999 but fell to just $5 a share by 2009, only to finally turn itself around and begin rebounding to its current $12.34 price tag. The company received a takeover bid late last year, but rejected that bid this January and is currently shopping for other offers. That would be the first way investors could cash in, a takeover.