On Monday's "Mad Money" TV show, Jim Cramer encouraged viewers to see the day's selloff as a "gift" and that pullbacks of 5% or more in the right sectors made for great buying opportunities.

He said China is still working and recommended iShares China 25 Index ( FXI), which he owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS , on a pullback.

On Tuesday, FXI closed up 86 cents, or 2.7%, at $32.23.

He also liked Nordic American Tanker ( NAT).

Nordic American Tanker closed up $1.64, or 5.6%, at $30.74 on Tuesday.

Cramer recommended banks such as JPMorgan ( JPM) and Goldman Sachs ( GS), both of which he owns for Action Alerts PLUS. He said that with banks, the "winners" are safe.

JPMorgan was up $2.84, or 9.6%, to close at $32.53, while Goldman was up $5.35, or 4.7%, at $120.36.

Industrials are also relatively safe, he said, including fellow Action Alerts PLUS holding Emerson ( EMR), and he recommended focusing on housing retailers rather than homebuilders. Specifically, he liked Home Depot ( HD), also in Action Alerts PLUS, and Lowe's ( LOW) as a play on a bottom in housing.

Emerson closed up 80 cents, or 2.5%, at $32.46, Home Depot was up 72 cents, or 2.9%, at $25.87, and Lowe's was up 83 cents, or 4.2%, at $20.55.

As for technology stocks, he said the tech sector will turn first, and he recommended Apple ( AAPL), Research In Motion ( RIMM) and Amazon ( AMZN), as well as Action Alerts PLUS names Qualcomm ( QCOM) and Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ). Amazon.com ( AMZN). He said this group turns first and is the hottest sector out there.

Apple closed up $1.26, or 1.1%, at $121.76, while RIM was up $1.93, or 3%, at $67.03. Amazon closed up $1.17, or 1.5%, at $78.74 on Tuesday; Qualcomm was up 64 cents, or 1.6%, at $40.27; and Hewlett-Packard closed up 75 cents, or 2.2%, at $35.43.

In health care, Cramer's beaten-down pick was Abbott Labs ( ABT), and he gave a thumbs up to Pepsi ( PEP). Both of those stocks are in Action Alerts PLUS.

On Tuesday, Abbott closed up 28 cents, or 0.6%, at $44.37, while Pepsi was down 51 cents, or 1%, at $49.35.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long Qualcomm, Emerson, Pepsi, Abbott, Hewlett-Packard, Home Depot, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and iShares China 25.

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