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Jim Cramer knows how to spot a market bottom and turn investor fear into money. He sees opportunity in everything from the beaten-up retail and financial sectors to the soft goods sector and in selling the casino stocks.

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 Stock Picks That Represent Beaten-Up Anomalies: Cramer sees opportunity in some beaten-up equities. In a Jan. 23 blog post he wrote, "Random ideas, but it's a total broken field, so why not suggest a few beaten-up anomalies." Cramer's Stock Picks That Represent Beaten-Up Anomalies include NYSE Euronext ( NYX) and CVS Caremark ( CVS), among others.

Cramer's 12 Stocks to Buy: Cramer uses market weakness to his advantage in some key stocks reporting earnings this week. In a Jan. 18 blog post he wrote, "We've got some really important companies reporting next week that I believe are worth buying at these prices." Cramer's 12 Stocks to Buy include Apple ( AAPL) and Spirit AeroSystems ( SPR), among others.

Cramer's Market Bottom Stock Picks: Cramer spotted a bottom in the market this week after the Dow had a wild 600-point swing. On Wednesday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, "The financials and retailers will lead the charge higher from here." Cramer's Market Bottom Stock Picks include Citigroup ( C) and Guess? ( GES), among others.

Cramer's Favorite Retail Stocks: Cramer noticed institutional footprints in the retail sector when the market was down 400 points on Tuesday and Home Depot ( HD) was trading higher. In a Jan. 24 blog post, he wrote, "When you see that kind of clue, you know that you have something better than even a buyback on your side: institutional money that is switching direction." Cramer's Favorite Retail Stocks include Urban Outfitters ( URBN) and JC Penney ( JCP), among others.

Cramer Puts Casino Stocks on the Sell Block: Cramer sees a serious industry downturn heading the casino sector's way. On last Thursday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer told viewers, "You need to seriously consider selling your casino stocks before they lose you even more money." Cramer Puts Casino Stocks on the Sell Block includes names like Wynn Resorts ( WYNN) and Las Vegas Sands ( LVS), among others.

Cramer's Soft Goods Stock Picks: Cramer sees bargains in the soft goods sector as well. In a Jan. 22 blog post he wrote, "The notion that all of the soft-goods stocks are now out of bounds seems pretty silly. The ones that have come down a lot seem like buys all over again." Cramer's Soft Goods Stock Picks include names like Altria ( MO) and Procter & Gamble ( PG) among others.

Lightning Round: Cramer was full speed ahead last night with his latest Lightning Round. He was bullish on several stocks such as Covance ( CVD) and Spectra Energy ( SE), but also bearish on the likes of Melco PBL Entertainment ( MPEL) and Southwest Airlines ( LUV).

(Editor's note: At the time of original publication of his posts and shows, Cramer owned Altria, Citigroup, CVS Caremark and NYSE Euronext for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.)
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