Europe's sovereign debt crisis might be moving markets now, but Cramer on Wednesday said homegamers should direction their attention toward the U.S., too. After all, the "Mad Money" host said there are signs the U.S.'s economy is improving and many American companies are reporting strong earnings results. Investors should ready their shopping lists now, so they can buy these U.S. companies' stocks at discount the next time Europe's debt woes send the overall market lower.
PPG Industries is one name to consider, Cramer said. On Oct. 20, the specialty chemical company reported strong quarterly results. For two quarters in a row, the company has put up good numbers, but Cramer said Europe is dragging down its stock. Cramer thinks the stock has more room to run to the upside, especially if investors can buy it on a pullback.
To learn more about the company's prospects, Cramer welcomed CEO Chuck Bunch back on "Mad Money." Watch the videoto see the full interview.
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