Updated from 6:35 a.m. ESTJim Cramer isn't letting the fears of a global recession stop him from finding moneymaking ideas. He sees opportunity in everything from outsourcing stock plays, the Magellan Fund reopening and even beaten-up financial stocks in Cramer's "Mortgage Madness Index." Here are some Cramer highlights from the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, the "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC and his RealMoney blog posts (these blog post links require a RealMoney subscription). Cramer's Bullish Stocks in a Bear Market: Cramer doesn't let a bear market get him down; instead he looks for the stocks that are working in the tough tape. In a Jan. 16 blog post, he wrote, "Need to find some bull markets within the bear maw. The stocks that work in a deflationary environment are those that make stuff that gets bought no matter what and that don't have outrageous raw costs." Cramer's Bullish Stocks in a Bear Market include Anheuser-Busch ( BUD) and Coca-Cola ( KO), among others. Cramer's Stock Plays Off the Magellan Fund: Fidelity recently reopened the famous Magellan fund run by Harry Lange. On Monday's "Stop Trading" segment, Cramer told viewers, "I've known Harry Lange for close to 20 years. He's a fabulous manager. What's more, Harry's names are so right given the selloffs that we've had." Cramer's Stock Plays Off the Magellan Fund include Google ( GOOG) and Nokia ( NOK), among others. Cramer's Stock Plays Off the Mortgage Madness Index: Cramer took a fresh look at the "Mortgage Madness Index" to see if he could find any buying opportunities. On last Thursday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, "At the bottom, things can go right." Cramer's Stock Plays Off the Mortgage Madness Index include Countrywide Financial ( CFC) and Blackstone ( BX), among others. Cramer's Outsourcing R&D Stock Plays: Cramer sees big opportunity in contract research organizations, or CROs. On Monday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, Covance ( CVD) "must be bought on any weakness." Cramer's Outsourcing R&D Stock Plays include Parexel ( PRXL) and Charles River Labs ( CRL) among others. Cramer's Trades for Believers in the Economy: Cramer has some great stock ideas for investors who think the world economy will remain strong. In a Jan. 14 blog post, he wrote, "If you think things are really that strong, you can buy a CVRD ( RIO) or a Freeport ( FCX), both of which could be the places to go." Cramer's Trades for Believers in the Economy include Accenture ( ACN), among others. Cramer's Contrarian Natural Gas Picks: Contrarian investors are printing money in the natural gas sector, and Cramer doesn't think the trend is over. In another Jan. 14 blog post he wrote, "This trend is probably in its fifth or sixth inning. But the last three could be a gas!" Cramer's Contrarian Natural Gas Picks include names like Apache ( APA) and ConocoPhillips ( COP), among others. Cramer's Beaten-Down Tech Stocks: Technology stocks have taken a beating sine the start of 2008. All week long on "Mad Money" Cramer has been offering viewers beaten-down tech stocks he believes are worth a look. On Thursday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, " Wind River ( WIND) could also be a natural takeover candidate and fetch as much as $15 per share." Cramer's Beaten-Down Tech Stocks include EMC ( EMC) among others.