It's bad out there now, Cramer says, but the market might just rebound as it has done before.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Five Below as the specialty retailer gets set to release its latest quarterly results Wednesday.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer isn't that concerned about the timing of the Fed's move to raise interest rates, though he'd prefer the central bank stay on the sidelines for now.
Jim Cramer trusts two oil watchers who say crude prices are near their floor, and in these conditions, he recommends buying Occidental Petroleum and EOG Resources.
Cramer says Ulta is still a good investment in these turbulent times, Cheniere's CEO is a visionary and Intrexon is a speculative stock.