Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Next Week's Game Plan (Final)

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "This is a stubborn market," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Friday. That's why he said investors need a good game plan for next week's trading.

On Tuesday, electronics retailer BestBuy ( BBY) reports its earnings. Cramer said this company needs to beat 45 cents a share to impress Wall Street, but since the stock hasn't run up ahead of the earnings, he'd be a buyer on Monday.

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Cramer said he's also bullish on software maker Adobe ( ADBE). With 10 analysts rating the stock a "hold" or worse, Cramer said this stock is another one worth getting in on ahead of their earnings.

On Wednesday, Boeing's ( BA) 787 Dreamliner is scheduled to fly. Cramer said he's bullish on Boeing and on its suppliers like Honeywell ( HON), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS , and Precision Castparts ( PCP).

Cramer was also bullish on Joy Global ( JOYG), a stock that's up 105% since he first recommended it on Dec 17, 2008. He also recommended General Mills ( GIS), ahead of its earnings, and Darden Restaurants ( DRI) on the strength of the American consumer.

Cramer told viewers they need to be watching companies like Paychex ( PAYX) and Discover Financial ( DFS) to further gauge the health of the economy and job market.

Finally, Cramer said he'll be watching both Research In Motion ( RIMM) and Palm ( PALM). Cramer said one of these two will likely say something to bring the group down, and he'd use the weakness to buy more Apple ( AAPL).

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