Retail is holding up well in a brutal market, and chain-store stocks could prove to be pockets of strength, Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment Tuesday. Cramer "likes the action" in Federated ( FD) and TJX ( TJX), which are green on a day when "financials are getting killed." Intel ( INTC) is also bucking the downtrend, even though Cramer expects the company to report an earnings shortfall this quarter. Cramer noted that brokerage Sanford Bernstein said Pfizer ( PFE) should buy Neurocrine ( NBIX) in a research note earlier. "This reminds me of a time when analysts were a little more tied in. They said they should buy when they knew they would buy." Cramer also noted some positive press for Montpelier Re ( MRH), which fell precipitously last fall due to Hurricane Katrina. An article on BankStocks.com argues the "pessimism is way overdone" in the shares. Cramer described the thesis as, "a once-in-a-hundred-years storm shouldn't happen twice in a hundred years." Regarding Google's ( GOOG) new financial news portal, Cramer said the business reeks of commoditization, "doesn't help Google at all," and is "not a reason to buy."