"Now's the time to sift through the rubble and look for opportunities," Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Monday. 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. Cramer said he used a similar strategy on March 6, 2007, when after a miserable February, he recommended General Cable ( BGC), First Solar ( FSLR), CheMed ( CHE) and Akamai ( AKAM). According to Cramer, those stocks are up an average of 100% since, while the S&P has risen only 1.5%.