Yippee! Oil is stable!
Okay, now that the celebration for the rise in crude on Wednesday is out of the way, Jim Cramer would like investors to think about the game plan for the next selloff.
What if crude cracks again?
To answer that question, the "Mad Money" host relies on history and patterns. That is why he thinks the best thing to do is to take a look at what worked during Tuesday's tsunami of selling. He uncovered the five stocks that rallied during a time when the rest of the market was getting hammered.
These are the five stocks with a window of opportunity the next time the market declines:
First is CVS. Some thought that this company was committing business suicide when it stopped selling cigarettes. But it didn't even blink, and now it is at a major advantage to Walgreen and Rite Aid. Yes the stock is expensive, but would be worth it in Cramer's opinion.