Trade-war fear-mongering will undoubtedly be bad for some stocks, but on Monday, CNBC's Jim Cramer found a stock that could actually benefit from the madness: Trinseo.
A mid-cap company that makes plastic products, synthetic rubber and basic chemical components, Trinseo's stock is beloved by money managers.
When the "Mad Money" host inspected Trinseo for himself, he agreed, noting that the stock's price-to-earnings multiple was cheap and its business was so commoditized that even retaliatory tariffs wouldn't drastically affect its success.
"Sure, Trinseo has rallied dramatically, but the economy is still in amazing shape and this is exactly the kind of U.S.-based chemical company that does well when commerce is booming," he said. "I say Trinseo's a terrific buy, especially if we get another sell-off based on over-hyped trade war worries."