NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- What's up with this yoyo market? Why are things so confusing? Why are we stuck at this level? These are just a few of the questions Jim Cramer answered for the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Wednesday. He said with all of the conflicting market data out there, it's not hard to see why you can make a case for both the bulls and the the bears. Case in point, Cramer's gameplan from last Friday, during which he said for a good read on the consumer, investors need to watch Nike ( NKE) and Darden Restaurants ( DRI). But while Nike reported a great number, with future orders on the rise, Darden reported an in-line number, with less-than-stellar guidance.
Executive DecisionIn the "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Hossein Fateh, president and CEO of DuPont Fabros Technology ( DFT), a real estate investment trust focusing on large-scale computer data centers. Cramer previously took issue with Fabros due to the company suspending its dividend during the heart of the credit crunch. However, Fateh explained that the company could have issued new equity at any time and continued its dividend, but instead chose not to dilute its shares. He said that after the company leases more of its remaining space, it will take on more debt and revisit its dividend. Fateh explained that the company's cautious measures stemmed from the credit market drying up and not from a drop off in its business. He said the company was prudent to halt construction on its new data centers amidst the credit crisis. Turning to the business side of the company, Fateh explained that his company deals only with mission-critical applications, which means that every one of the company's customers stays with them and pays on time. "We don't lose leases," he said. Cramer said he felt better having heard the reasoning behind the dividend cut, but added that he wanted to see one more quarter of results before making a recommendation.