Jim Cramer reminded investors that after the vicious beating that the market took on Friday, not every stock deserved to go lower. There are still plenty of companies that are in control of their own destiny, especially with Mattress Firm's most recent acquisition of Sleepy's.
"I think you should take the opportunity to buy their stocks when the market throws a sale, like it did today," the "Mad Money" host said.
On Nov. 30, Mattress Firm, the top mattress retailer in the U.S., announced it was buying Sleepy's for $780 million in a transformational deal that would make it the only coast-to-coast mattress chain in the country. The deal would expand Mattress Firm's footprint to 3,500 stores from 2,400 locations, and give the company access to markets that are considered very difficult to penetrate in the Northeast that could be lucrative.
However, the stock is down more than 18 percent for the year despite the news. Could Friday's pullback be a chance to buy this high quality mattress retailer at a discount?