With Turkey shooting down a Russian plane, Cramer thinks there is more than enough noise to contend with in this market. Especially considering what is happening in France and Belgium, investors are concerned that the market may not be able to rally this holiday season.
"Put it all together, and this environment can feel pretty darned daunting … but at times like these, I think it is worth taking a step back and seeing what we can learn from the technicals," the "Mad Money" host said.
That is why Cramer turned to Carley Garner, a technician and commodities expert who co-founded DeCarley Trading and a colleague of Cramer's at RealMoney.com.
Garner said that despite all of the noise, this is a time of year when the equity markets always seem to find a floor of support. So while most investors expect a Santa Clause rally, Garner thinks — after looking at historical data — this could be more of a Thanksgiving rally.
"Or maybe just like every retailer in America, the stock market is just celebrating Christmas earlier and earlier each year," Cramer said.
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One year after the large hack heard around the world for Sony, Cramer sees most cybersecurity stocks struggling. But there is one best-of-breed cybersecurity play that has made a comeback, and Cramer has crowned it as the winner — Palo Alto Networks.
"I know a lot of people have been saying 'yeah, yeah, sure, sure' about Palo Alto because it is not yet profitable, but I think some very big free cash flow projections will ameliorate that concern," the "Mad Money" host said.
Palo Alto reported earnings on Tuesday, and confirmed a stunning 61 percent billings growth year over year, and a 71 percent increase in deferred revenue. Cramer interpreted those numbers as meaning that, down the road, the profits will be there for Palo Alto.
"With these numbers, it seems to me that Palo Alto is the one that is winning in this less episodic environment," Cramer said.
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In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Wynn Resorts, Limited: "No, we are not going to go with Wynn. As much as we like Steve Wynn [CEO] we are going to split the difference and hedge our bets. We are going to buy MGM, which I really like."
Platform Specialty Products: "Painn! That's right, and it does feel creed-like. Here is the problem — it got a little cocky and these kinds of deals, whether it be this or any other kinds of roll-ups, they kind of backfired. You have got to wait."
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