In the July Action Alerts PLUS members' call, a member asks if the department store trade has come to an end?"

Cramer thought it was a "fantastic question" and said that "there are periods where department stores do nothing. We're in one of those. This is the doldrums of that business."

But that doesn't mean he's quitting on the trade.  As a matter of fact, he suggested that members buy Kohl's (KSS) , if they haven't already.

He also went on to explain the company's deal with Amazon (AMZN) , which basically allows you to return your Amazon stuff at your nearest Kohl's store.

He called it a "great partnership."  So watch the video above now to learn more.

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