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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Don't repeat the mistakes of 2010 in 2011," Jim Cramer cautioned the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Friday. He told investors when they hear negative news, "stay the course."

Cramer said his strategy for the market is to sell into the pops and buy into the dips. He told viewers to not let negative news about a single company or sector cloud their judgement when it comes to the market as a whole. Cramer said growth matters, rising sales matter and bigger dividends matter. What doesn't matter, he said, is the onslaught of negative daily chatter.

That's why for next week's trading, Cramer will be looking at Alcoa ( AA), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS . Cramer reiterated his $22 price target on the metals maker and told viewers to watch for the company's cash flow and the strength of its balance sheet.

On Tuesday, Cramer told viewers to take a pass on grocer SuperValu ( SVU) and home building Lennar ( LEN), both of which he expects to disappoint.

On Wednesday, Cramer said he will be listening to wireless networking play Dragonwave ( DRWI). He told viewers to listen and learn. Then on Thursday, Cramer told viewers he expects the naysayers in Action Alerts PLUS name Intel ( INTC) to be proven wrong, as that company outlines its mobile strategy and its strength in servers and security.

Finally on Friday, Cramer said the stock to watch is another Action Alerts PLUS name, JPMorgan Chase ( JPM). Cramer said he's hoping for continued strength, and a possible dividend boost, from one of his favorite bank stocks.

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