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Jim Cramer is famous for saying, "There's always a bull market somewhere, and I will try to find it for you." Now Cramer says he's discovered the next bull market in the wake of the commodities collapse.

Regular Cramer fans might have missed him in his absence this week during from his popular


"Mad Money" TV show and the


"Stop Trading!" segment. But he's still been actively posting to his

blog. The new posts offer up a ton of investment ideas and opinions, including what he thinks could be the next bull market.

Recently, Cramer found opportunity in stocks that will benefit from the fall in natural gas, such as

Kimberly Clark


; recession-proof stocks, such as



; and stocks that could be in the next bull market, including

Yum! Brands






Here are some Cramer highlights from over the past week as aggregated from his


blog posts (these blog post links require a



To read the rest of this story and find out what Cramer's been recommending lately, please click here.

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