The bears had a chance to swing for the fences after Microsoft's ( MSFT) Vista delay, but they whiffed, Jim Cramer said on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment Wednesday. "It was the bears' chance to really crush the Nasdaq, and they couldn't do it," Cramer said, adding that he's not sure anyone even cares about Microsoft's stock anymore. Intel ( INTC) and Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ) also held up well. Cramer said Nike ( NKE) and FedEx ( FDX) posted good quarters but are "sandbagging" the Street with guidance. "FedEx did this in September, and the stock went up 40 points." eBay ( EBAY) could be in a "house of pain" after Yahoo! ( YHOO) rolled out an in-house product to compete with its recent Skype acquisition. Cramer praised Morgan Stanley's ( MS) big quarter and said Goldman Sachs ( GS) should be trading for $200, given existing estimates, which call for earnings of $14.83 a share in 2006 and $15.12 in 2007.