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Cramer's 3 Stocks to Buy on a Pullback

The stock market can be very volatile at times, so Jim Cramer gets why some investors approach it with caution, but he said it can actually be "safer than you think."

"As long as this market is led by Amazon, Google and Apple, I think it is safer than you think," the "Mad Money" host said. "I believe these totally accessible stocks are all about what made you money and can still make you money as people keep trading them instead of investing in them."

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After all, Cramer noted these companies provide the "holy trinity of investing," which includes social media, mobile and cloud computing offerings. In turn, he thinks all three companies could offer enough momentum and earnings power to send the greater stock market higher.

"Any time they are down," Cramer said. "They are the best stocks money can buy."

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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Apple.

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