CNBC's Jim Cramer believes there's always opportunity in the market, that is, if you know where to look. So where is he looking, next week? Here's his game plan:
Mon., September 8
Cramer said Monday should start with a bang as Alibaba kicks off its roadshow.
"I've been consistently recommending Yahoo as a way to play Alibaba until it comes public, as Yahoo's is a huge shareholder in the company and I am reiterating that stance," Cramer said.
Tues., September 9
On Tuesday, tech will steal the spotlight as the Street turns its attention to the highly anticipated Apple event.
"Let me be very clear about this. I like Apple. I've liked it forever. However, this is an event that may have lost a lot of its surprise factor and even its wow factor because of the news flow ahead of the meeting. So my take is that if you don't own any Apple you might get a better chance to buy some at a lower price after the meeting. But this is not a call to trade Apple. I don't want to play that game. Just own it."
Elsewhere in the market, Cramer intends to sift through earnings from Palo Alto Networks, also due Tuesday.
"I believe Palo Alto has the most sophisticated software out there to stop attacks," he said. "That should translate into a very strong quarter."