"I personally believe that there are things that are getting better," said Jim Cramer on CNBC's "Mad Money" show on Thursday.

Cramer is anxious to hear comments from someone that reflect "what I heard from Ross Stores ( ROST) this morning or what I saw at Target ( TGT)," he said," which is that things have incrementally improved."

"Would it be too much that one of these companies would be able to make me feel that the reason why their stock went up 40% in the last three months was because things have gotten better?" he asked. "I have not heard one say that yet."

Cramer said that Amazon's ( AMZN) "fundamental business has shifted to the positive." The business is better than it was three months ago, he said.

Since NetApp ( NTAP) "walked away" from it's battle with EMC ( EMC) to acquire Data Domain ( DDUP), it's time to "focus back on NetApp's core business, which is on fire," he said.

The only company Cramer's been able to find that could benefit from cap and trade is Baldor ( BEZ). "I question whether that says something about the agenda of the president," he said.

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