Just as Jim Cramer expected, the buyers came rolling in on Wednesday to scoop up many of the companies that represent high growth or tend to buy commodities by the bushel.
Earlier in the week, the "Mad Money" host warned this would happen, and it sure did. Meanwhile sellers continued to take down anything that smelled even remotely related to minerals, mining, oil or gas on Wednesday.
On Monday, there was a marketwide selloff directly correlated to the sudden decline in the price of oil. At the time Cramer made the point that there are two sides to every coin as the declining price oil meant that he expected the users of commodities to go up, not down.
Wednesday was also a painful day to own the oils, as inventory numbers showed a decline in crude. As a result, oil rallied hard until the dollar went higher. That stopped it in its tracks and reversed the group.
Cramer also saw that finally the markets reacted rationally, not out of stupidity. The same plays on cheap oil that were thrown away last week are ready to be bought this week.