Right now there are so many amazing things happening in the market, Jim Cramer's mind is blown. Yet, all of these individual events are going unnoticed because there are larger themes overshadowing them.
"These are individual events that seem one off, but they serve to remind you that good things can happen to stocks regardless of how the averages—good or bad—fare on a given day," the "Mad Money" host said.
One of those individual stocks was AT&T, which Cramer demanded that investors buy right away in the Lightning Round.
Next up, Cramer learned that the terrible casino numbers in Macau could finally be bottoming. The Macau casino stocks have been absolutely horrible lately, but now Cramer sees they are on the move again and he suspects that they could soar. Cramer is watching Wynn for a bottom.
Or how about Constellation Brands? When Bud merged with InBev, the Justice Department forced the sale of Modelo and Corona to Constellation, and the quarter reported by Constellation on Wednesday is proof of that deal's brilliance.
More than ever now, companies are taking control of their own destinies. It's just a matter of being able to see these opportunities amid the macro backdrop.
"If you focus only on the broader market forest, you'll certainly miss some really fine trees, the kind that money actually grows on," Cramer said.