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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Stop, look and listen" was Jim Cramer's cautious advice to "Mad Money" viewers Tuesday during what's turning out to be a volatile earnings season. Cramer said the stock movement of companies such as Verizon ( VZ), Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ) and DuPont ( DD), which he owns for his charitable trust,
Off the ChartsIn the "Off The Charts" segment, Cramer went head to head with colleague Carolyn Boroden over the chart of S&P 500 to see if Boroden can continue her winning streak at predicting where the index is headed. Cramer reminded viewers that Boroden successfully called the top in the S&P back in September, along with the lows in mid-November. With the index now approaching her latest target of 1,510, Cramer wanted to know what was next. According to Boroden's analysis, if the S&P can rise above her 1,510 target, the next stop won't be until 1,551 to 1,555. She said the weekly chart of the S&P also has a cluster of ratios that fall into the same range. Boroden noted that only if the markets fall below the November lows of 1,343 would she be concerned.
Cramer said he agrees with Boroden's research, especially given how she's nailed all of her S&P targets over the past few months. He said the markets may pull back soon after their big run to the upside, and that would be the perfect time to buy into the markets.