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Look out the window of any office building on Wall Street and you're bound to spot a bull or two doing some sort of victory dance.
The US stock market advanced to new all-time intraday highs on Friday with the S&P 500 breaking above 1,600 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly trading above 15,000.
The Russell 2000 index of mid-cap and small cap companies also hit a record, which pros consider a confirmation of the broadness of the rally. About three-fourths of stocks traded on both the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq were in positive territory.
"Unfortunately, the market is a cruel taskmaster," reminded Jim Cramer on Friday's broadcast. "No sooner do we go to all-time highs then we have to evaluate what's next in an attempt to find more opportunities and avoid pitfalls."
Following are the catalysts the Mad Money host thinks could move stocks and perhaps the entire market through Friday May 10th.
SATURDAY MAY 4 / SUNDAY MAY 5
Cramer said next week is a rare week when the most important event happens over the weekend. "35,000 people will venture to Omaha to hear Warren Buffett opine on the state of the world at the Berkshire-Hathaway annual meeting. Each year he tells his minions what he thinks is going to happen and how shareholders will benefit from it," Cramer said.
Because Buffett is perhaps the most influential investor alive today his commentary is largely expected to influence many areas of the market.
Looking at Berkshire stock specifically, Cramer reminded the recent technical analysis profiled on Mad Money suggested the stock could break out. "I think this weekend's confab could be the launching pad," he said. (Read More: Cramer Charts Berkshire: Is Buffett a Smart Bet?)