By Roberto PedoneWINDERMERE, Fla. ( Stockpickr) -- According to Jim Cramer, you can buy it all after Best Buy's ( BBY) strong quarter. In a March 25 RealMoney.com blog post, he said that the most important pin-action retailer in the U.S. just reported numbers that tell you the tsunami wave of Internet speed and smartphones is on, and the consumer is spending like crazy and the tech rally might be unstoppable! Cramer thinks market players can run out and buy names such as Sony ( SNE), Electronic Arts ( ERTS), Corning ( GLW) and RF Micro Devices ( RFMD), off of Best Buy's strength. He believes these names will work because Best Buy is the leading seller of PCs, phones, video games, printers and TVs. Cramer pointed out that last time tech was rallying, Best Buy killed the bulls after the company issued not so bullish guidance. However, now he thinks this time it is all systems go. Cramer said the tech pin action that Best Buy just provided should be obeyed by investors. Recently, Cramer found opportunity in 5 Obama-proof dividend plays, the top stocks to buy following the passing of ObamaCare and technology stocks. Here are some Cramer highlights from over 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 require a RealMoney subscription). Cramer's Top Stocks Following ObamaCare: What stocks should investors play now that healthcare reform has been passed into law? Cramer knows just where to turn. On Monday's "Mad Money" TV show, he told viewers now that the healthcare event is behind us, it's time to get back to earnings, and the seemingly unstoppable mini-bull markets that have been developing. The Cramer's Top Stocks Following ObamaCare portfolio includes Ford Motor ( F) and JDS Uniphase ( JDSI). Cramer's 5 Obama-Proof Dividend Plays: Recently, Cramer highlighted 5 high-yielding dividends stocks that can protect investors from Obama's plan to increase taxes on capital gains and dividends. In a special report on cnbc.com, he wrote: "What was once a play on housing, and even pharma, is now an investment in emerging markets.And DuPont ( DD) yields 4.4%." The Cramer's 5 Obama-Proof Dividend Plays portfolio includes Kinder Morgan Energy ( KMP) and Verizon Communications ( VZ). Cramer's Right Play Tech Stocks: Cramer believes the tech sector is the right place to be right now. In a March 23 blog post, he wrote: "The case against these stocks can't possibly be valuation. They aren't even expensive. The case is simply a stock case, a business-as-usual, sell-tech-on-the-regular-qualms, nothing-proprietary logic." The Cramer's Right Play Tech Stocks portfolio includes Research In Motion ( RIMM) and Microsoft ( MSFT).
Cramer's Bargains Created by Tech IPOs: Cramer thinks money has come out of a number of strong tech stocks to chase performance in the tech IPO market. In a March 24th blog post, he wrote: " MaxLinear ( MXL) and Calix ( CALX) have created some bargains, but they aren't these two." The Cramer's Bargains Created by Tech IPOs portfolio includes Intel ( INTC) and Skyworks Solutions ( SWKS). Cramer's Confluence of Bullishness Stocks: Besides the oil sector, Cramer sees a confluence of bullishness sweeping across the markets. In a March 25th blog post, he wrote: "We've got a powerful combination of lower unemployment claims, higher retail sales from Best Buy ( BBY) and a Fed chairman who is still saying he will not pull the rug out from this economy." The Cramer's Confluence of Bullishness Stocks portfolio includes Apple ( AAPL) and BHP Billiton ( BHP). Cramer's Hidden Bull Market: Cramer has discovered a hidden bull market in the shoe sector. On Monday's "Mad Money" TV show, he said shoes have been flying off the shelves over the last few months, but Wall Street has failed to take notice. The Cramer's Hidden Bull Market portfolio includes Deckers Outdoor ( DECK) and Skechers USA ( SKX). -- Written by Roberto Pedone in Windermere, Fla.