Cramer says he thinks Rite Aid was a big comeback play that stumbled a bit in the same way that Walgreen (WAG) did because of some generic pricing, but he considers it a buy and a long-term turn.
Next, Cramer fields a question on if Vipshop (VIPS) is a better buy than Alibaba (BABA) after the former's 10-for-1 split. He says Alibaba is inexpensive compared to Vipshop, though he notes he has been recommending Vipshop for some time. He expects a bit of a letdown for Alibaba after Singles' Day on Tuesday, but he still thinks the stock gets to $120.
Another user asks if Cramer still thinks Alibaba climbs over $200 a share in the long term, for example three years. He says this is a realistic possibility and notes the company's 50% growth. He says he sees no reason why we might not get a new set of numbers in 2016 that make it seem like 2017 is inexpensive. Cramer adds he is not backing away from Alibaba.
The next question asks if Kate Spade (KATE) has more upside than Coach (COH) and Michael Kors (KORS) . Cramer responds he thinks it does because there are lots of questions surrounding Michael Kors, but Kate Spade delivered and he thinks the stock is okay.
Another Twitter user asks about the oil and gas stocks, but Cramer says he prefers the homebuilders as a group that has lagged. He thinks some of the medium-cap oil stocks are okay, such as Anadarko Petroleum (APC) and EOG Resources (EOG) . He also names Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) because of its massive restructuring. If you want a little bit of safety, then he suggests Kinder Morgan (KMI) , which is under a lot of arbitrage pressure. Cramer says this will be his favorite Master Limited Partnership in 2015.BABA data by YCharts