Lang then looked at the daily chart of Intel, which had major lackluster performance earlier in the year. Since Aug. 24, it has exploded but somehow managed to stay under-the-radar. Lang actually found that Intel's rally has helped to pull up many of the other semiconductor names, too.
Best of all, Lang pointed out that Intel has a powerful inverse head-and-shoulders pattern in the chart. This is one of the most reliable positive chart formations out there, even if it sounds like a bottle of shampoo.
He found that Intel has just crossed the neckline of the pattern, which means that the inverse head and shoulders formation is the real deal. Based on this bullish formation, Lang thinks Intel can travel up to $35 from $31.74 where it closed on Tuesday.
The only thing that kept Lang from framing the picture of Intel's beautiful chart was the fact that the 50-day moving average is still below the long-term 200-day moving average. However, he thinks that could change soon.
"The company reports next Tuesday, and we really don't know how the quarter is going to be, so if you want to buy Intel, I suggest putting on a little bit of your position if we get some weakness before the earnings report, and then waiting until after the quarter to buy the rest," Cramer said.
So, if the market gets another big downdraft, Lang's charts show both Intel and Microsoft can keep roaring. These are exactly the kind of stocks to buy on that downdraft, or even if there isn't.