Updated from 6:31 a.m. ESTJim Cramer is back from a much-deserved vacation and ready to attack the stock market for some moneymaking ideas. Cramer found opportunity in everything from redemptions at Legg Mason, fired CEOs, to piggybacking off of money managers who have superior performance records. Here are some Cramer highlights from over the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, the "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC and his RealMoney blog posts. Jim Cramer's 4 Bargain Stocks With Great Dividends: Cramer has a strategy that involves finding high-yielding growth stocks after the market has dropped significantly. On Monday's "Mad Money" show Cramer told viewers, "The 10-year Treasury, he noted, yields just 3.87%, which equates to just 2.79% after taxes. This makes stocks with growth and dividends a lot more attractive." Jim Cramer's 4 Bargain Stocks With Great Dividends includes Altria ( MO) and Verizon ( VZ). Cramer's Piggyback Stock Plays Off Ken Heebner: Cramer likes to look at what the best money mangers in the world are buying to help identify the bull markets. On last Friday's "Mad Money" show Cramer told viewers, "In turbulent markets, one strategy I have found successful is piggybacking off institutional investors with great track records. One such investor is Ken Heebner, manager of the CGM Focus Fund" Cramer's Piggyback Stock Plays Off Ken Heebner included Research in Motion ( RIMM) and Petroleo Brasileiro ( PBR) among others. Jim Cramer's 3 Down-And-Outer Stock Picks: Cramer sees opportunity in three stocks that investors have given up hope on. In a Jan. 7 blog post he wrote, "What's the risk here? I think there could be 5 points down and many, many multiyear points upward for Merrill Lynch." Jim Cramer's 3 Down-And-Outer Stock Picks included Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ) among others. Cramer's Buying Opportunity: Unhappy investors are pulling money out of underperforming asset manager Legg Mason. On last Thursday's "Mad Money" show Cramer told viewers, "The funds' legendary money manager, Bill Miller, is likely to sell stocks to meet redemption, which could mean a buying opportunity for investors to pick up some knocked-down stocks." Cramer's Buying Opportunity Off Bill Miller's Sales included Google ( GOOG) among others. Jim Cramer's Stock Picks For A No-Grow Fed: Cramer isn't going to wait around for the Fed to wise up and cut rates by 50 basis points. In a Jan 7th blog post he wrote, "Why don't we think, "What can we make money in, despite the Fed's attempts to keep stocks from going higher?"" Jim Cramer's Stock Picks For A No-Grow Fed included names like Apple ( AAPL) and First Solar ( FSLR) among others. Jim Cramer's 4 Stocks To Avoid: Cramer has identified a gang of 4 stocks that investors should avoid at all costs. In an Jan 10th blog post he wrote, "Without more disclosure from the Gang of Four, these stocks remain totally univestible." Jim Cramer's 4 Stocks To Avoid included names like MBIA ( MBI) and PMI Group ( PMI)among others. Lightning Round : Cramer was full speed ahead last night with his latest Lightning Round . He was bullish on several stocks such as Intel ( INTC) and Baidu ( BIDU), but also bearish on the likes of Jabil Circuit and VeriSign ( VRSN). Cramer's Stock Plays Off Four Fired Executives : Cramer recently took a look at four firms that fired their CEO or chairman to see if a moneymaking opportunity is present. On Tuesday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, "Krispy Kreme is sinking no matter who runs it." It has a history of no real earnings and closing stores because franchisees are losing money." Cramer's Stock Plays Off 4 Fired Executives included Starbucks ( SBUX) and Bear Stearns ( BSC) among others.