RealMoney Radio: Just Right

Cramer says the Goldilocks economy has put the market in soft landing heaven.
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"If you like playgrounds, today was a good day for being on the swing set," Jim Cramer told his

"RealMoney" radio show listeners on Friday.

That's because stocks were seesawing as investors hoped for an end to

Federal Reserve

rate hikes while also fearing a recession and geopolitical flare-ups.

"This is soft landing heaven," Cramer said, adding that he's not concerned at a time when it seems that things are just to Goldilocks' liking. The economy is not too soft and not too weak, he said. That's why he's not concerned and is even bullish on the stock market.

"I'm not going to run when I'm getting what I want, which is commodities weakness and earnings strength coupled with macro or big economic data -- that is not bad," he said.

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