"Keep your eyes on the bull markets," Cramer said Tuesday. "No matter how bad things get, there will always be something that's making you money."
Consider the boom in oil and gas production in the U.S., for example. Cramer has long said that building out oil infrastructure is a great way to create jobs. As it turns out, The Wall Street Journal reports unemployment is at just 4.3 percent in Cushing, Okla. — home of one of the world's largest oil storage and pipeline hubs.
Of the individual companies that are benefitting from the boom, Cramer likes Energy Transfer Partners . ETP is a high-yielding master limited partnership that transports natural gas, natural gas liquids, propane and eventually, oil. It also has a joint venture with Enterprise Products Partners in Cushing to convert under-utilized nat gas pipeline into crude service. When complete, West Texas or Cushing crude could be sent to the Gulf coast.
ETP currently owns the largest intrastate pipeline system in Texas, Cramer said. Its nat gas operations include more than 17,500 miles of gathering and transportation pipelines, along with treating and processing assets and three storage facilities in Texas. In addition, it has exposure to many unconventional shale plays, like the Eagle Ford, Fayetteville and Haynesville shales.
The company recently reported a disappointing quarter, sending the stock down. But Cramer likes its 7.9 percent dividend yield and thinks this could be a buying opportunity. To learn more about its future prospects, though, he spoke with CEO Kelcy Warren. Watch the video to see the full interview.
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