Here we go again.
Jim Cramer saw that the same rotation of money flowing back and forth struck yet again on Friday. The market sold off the same stocks that it loved yesterday, and then it swings right back.
"This market has to be experiencing the most debilitating rally I have ever seen. We keep going higher, but we go higher with different stocks, a fluctuating, rotating, and most of all confusing leadership that makes it unfathomable on days like today," the "Mad Money" host said.
This also explains the giant rotation of stocks happening, as investors sell domestic groups like retail and restaurants and invest in US stocks with international exposure.
Will retail strike back next week? To find out, Cramer must rely on his game plan, as it is full of retailers.
Monday: Urban Outfitters
This company has been on fire lately as Free the People, Anthropologie and Urban have all been firing on all cylinders. Cramer thinks it is a buy right now at $7 below its high.
Wednesday: Target, Williams-Sonoma, Lowe's, Salesforce.com
Target: This stock has fallen to $78 from $83 recently, which is a great time for investors to benefit from its weakness. Cramer likes Target, and if it stays down here, he recommended that unless it is up big, put half a position in now and half after it reports. Don't chase!
Salesforce.com: With all of the speculation that it is being pursued by another company recently, Cramer just doesn't know what to expect. He has backed this stock and the CEO from the beginning and even though he's taken a lot of heat, he's been right. Thus, he likes this stock because of its vision, not because of a takeover.