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

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- While this week's trading action brought an overblown sell-off, Jim Cramer told his "Mad Money" TV show viewers on Friday that next week brings renewed hope. He said if there's another big sell-off, he's just got the stock to buy.

Cramer's game plan for next week included several "look-and-listen" earnings calls, including Clean Energy Fuels ( CLNE) and Urban Outfitters ( URBN) on Monday. He said Clean Energy should provide a read on natural gas adoption for America's truck fleet, while Urban Outfitters needs to detail a plan to reignite growth.

Tuesday brings a pair of investor conferences in the oil patch. Cramer said that Anadarko Petroleum ( APC) and Chevron ( CVX) should give investors a handle on the state of the world's oil and gas supply.

Then on Wednesday, Cramer said he'll be watching the short squeeze in Vera Bradley ( VRA), a stock he's previously said is far to hot to handle.

Next week also brings a Federal Reserve meeting on Tuesday and the February consumer price index and industrial production numbers on Friday, three more "look and listen" data points.

So what should investors actually buy next week? Cramer said he's bullish on the IPO of Dreamware, an ecommerce software maker. But his pick of the week was discount retailer Ross Stores ( ROST), a stock Cramer said he'd buy aggressively on any weakness or sell-off in the market.

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