Thursday night the world learned that a doctor in New York City has been diagnosed with Ebola after spending time in West Africa. The news immediately caused the index futures to take a nose dive.
However, it seems as though the public is beginning to recognize that this horrible disease might be harder to contract than initially thought 10 days ago when the market was in sheer terror over the case in Texas.
The "Mad Money" host thinks that next week will be stellar as well, barring more bad Ebola news, and shared his game plan with investors on the stocks that will be most influential next week:
Twitter (TWTR): It's one of the most controversial stocks around. The near-term is out of focus, but long-term, Cramer loves the business model and wants to own it not trade it.
Facebook (FB): "The expectations have gotten so high that we're advising people to do a little trimming before the quarter." The report won't be another doozy like Amazon, but Cramer has trepidation.
Starbucks (SBUX): The giant chain has hedged about 60 percent of its coffee costs, which means it's no longer a prisoner to the cost of coffee. Cramer thinks it's a buy into the quarter.
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