Turning Toward Tech"As I scour the landscape for crushed stocks, I keep seeing that this tech group keeps trying to put in a bottom," Cramer said. Among the stocks he sees that have come down a lot, but have reported good news, he includes Brocade ( BRCD). Marvell ( MRVL - Get Report) and Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD - Get Report) have already moved higher again, but he said that the good news can't be ignored. However, he said he would wait for weakness in these two stocks but would not hesitate to buy should the prices come down. One of the reasons he likes AMD so much is that Dell ( DELL) has finally decided to switch to their chips from Intel ( INTC - Get Report). "Bulls make money. Bears make money. But hogs get slaughtered." Cramer said that this is the most important piece of trading advice that he has to give.
Bye-Bye, AkamaiThe first listener to call on Friday wanted to know about Akamai ( AKAM - Get Report). The caller said she bought the stock in the high-$20s, sold it at $35 and wanted to buy more on this dip. However, Akamai has already started coming up again and she asked if it is too late to buy more. "The opportunity to buy Akamai has come and gone," Cramer said. The stock was $31 on Wednesday, but now that it's up to $34 he said he would stay away. In selloffs like this, he said that people should never buy up. Tech stocks have bottomed and so some are lifting off again, he said. However, machinery is now trying to find a bottom, so he would think about looking around in that group. He added that oil and oil services are still in freefall, but that he doesn't mind buying a little there if he believes the company will move higher once it bottoms. He called Dun & Bradstreet ( DNB) "the quintessential company that does well in a slowdown" because people use its product to reduce credit risk. This stock goes up when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, he added, which is why it's close to its 52-week high and did not go down in this selloff. He believes the stock is a buy. He said that UnitedHealth ( UNH - Get Report), which he owns for his charitable trust