Get ready for the week with Jim Cramer's Game Plan from Friday's episode of Mad Money.
What does a booming economy look like? Cramer told viewers that it looks a lot like this one, with terrific job growth and little to no inflation. Cramer said that unlike fleeting fears over Italy or tariffs, the job growth numbers can set the stage for the next several weeks of investing.
That's why Cramer's game plan for next week started off with Palo Alto Networks (PANW) , the cybersecurity company that's likely to keep on sailing, given strong long-term themes.
Next, on Tuesday, Cramer will be looking for positive news from Ollie's Bargain Outlet (OLLI) , the discount retailer that can't add stores fast enough to meet consumer demand.
The markets should receive more bullish news from Broadcom (AVGO) on Thursday, as this company's aggressive buy-back program is snapping up 10% of its outstanding shares.
Finally, Cramer said, he'll be watch for the German industrial production numbers on Friday. Why? He said because if the number is weak, then the Germans may be forced to negotiate with President Trump over trade, a move that the markets would view positively.
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