- "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer calms investors' sell-off fears in a strategy session after the Dow Jones' several-hundred-point decline.
- Cramer shares his sell-off playbook for the stocks of Amazon, Apple and Netflix.
"My charitable trust has been buying Amazon. This is a great opportunity to buy it," the "Mad Money" host said on Thursday.
Shares of Amazon closed Thursday at $1,493.45 a share, down 1.3 percent.
Apple, however, was a different story. Cramer warned callers that shares of Apple would likely fall under pressure because the iPhone maker "does big business in China."
"I say wait a few days, let all these traders flip out and we can start buying it again for those who aren't in it," the "Mad Money" host recommended.
Apple's stock took a 1.8 percent hit on Thursday, closing the day at $175 a share.
But Cramer was not so sure when it came to the stock of fellow technology giant and Amazon's FANG neighbor, Netflix.
Shares of Netflix took a big hit during Thursday's trading session before recovering and closing down just 0.34 percent at $290.39 a share.
"Netflix... what can I say? I mean, Netflix is a problematic stock. It's gone up a great deal," Cramer said. "It can certainly come down. It's not necessarily inexpensive, obviously."
Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Amazon and Apple.