Cramer is absolutely begging investors to take a break from the Fed guessing game, at least for a couple of days. And while the averages were hit hard on Friday, Cramer thinks it could have been a lot worse if the Fed had actually raised rates.
"Would it be so terrible to focus on the real prize, buying the stocks of companies we like for the long-term when they are being pulled down by short-term worries, like the ones generated by the Fed meeting?" Cramer asked.
And yes, one day the Fed will tighten when China is back on its feet and Europe is stronger. But right now, the real fear out there is that there is deflation; wages aren't going up and the Chinese government is selling U.S. treasuries like crazy.
Therefore, Cramer has declared next week to be a Fed-free zone so he can focus on the real opportunities knocking. Here are the events and stocks that he will be watching:
Friday: Finish Line, BlackBerry
Finish Line: Opportunity could come knocking for this one ahead of its quarter, as long as Nike tells a good story.
BlackBerry: Unfortunately, Cramer does not think opportunity will be knocking for BlackBerry. Cramer says to avoid to it before, during and after it reports.
So, while the market rallied and gave up its gains this week, Cramer reminded investors that it could have been a lot worse. The good news is that the Fed chatter is starting to take a backseat, so the focus can once again resume on stocks.
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One stock that managed to go higher on Friday was Workday, the cloud-based provider of software for human capital management, payroll and financial management.
Essentially, Workday gives companies the applications they need to automate many of the non-revenue generating back office functions, allowing them to save money.
Workday's stock has taken a hit lately when it was crushed during the selloff in August, and then again at the end of August when analysts were concerned about it's weaker than expected billings guidance. However, Cramer thinks these fears were overblown as the numbers didn't reflect a change in the trajectory of the business.
To learn more about where Workday could be headed, he spoke with CEO Aneel Bhusri.
"I think Wall Street derives too much from calculated billings, because terms change from quarter to quarter…We feel like we are going to have a very strong second half of the year," Bhusri said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Priceline: "I think Priceline is the kind of high-dollar stock that people are selling in this environment. I want to buy into it as it comes down in stages, not all at once."
ConocoPhillips: "In a market where the oil stocks are down we have to buy the highest quality, which Conoco doesn't count. I would much rather see you be buying EOG, the growth stock that my charitable trust owns."
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