Jim Cramer thinks there are five major things that could derail the bull market. Those bull market threats include a spike in unemployment, changes in President Obama's market view, signs of inflation, a major selloff in the bank stocks and higher gas prices. Cramer believes that if any of these threats becomes a major problem it could lead to heavy selling in the stock market.

The threat that Cramer fears the most is higher gas prices. He thinks higher prices at the pump are the "ultimate bull killer" because they will rein in consumer spending and hurt any recovery in the restaurant and retail sectors. It's also the threat that is the most out of our control in terms of fixing the issue if it were to become a problem.

Despite these concerns, Cramer still thinks the market is in bull mode and investors should look to buy the pullbacks. He wants market players to keep the five threats in the back of their mind in case any one of them rears its ugly head.

Recently, Cramer found opportunity in restaurant stocks, tech stocks and soft goods stocks. Here are some Cramer highlights from over the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, the "Stop Trading!" segment on

CNBC

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