Cramer recommends theme shares to purchase the following time the market is offered out

CNBC’s Jim Cramer revealed a basket of stocks containing more than a dozen investment themes on Monday. He recommends investors keep an eye on the next stock market pull-out.

“I’m not looking for scorching hot [stocks]”said the host of” Mad Money “.” I want themed stocks that we can buy into the weak because if the market sells again due to regulatory risk, you have to be ready. “

Cramer compiled the watchlist of more than 70 stocks on 15 market themes as the GameStop frenzy seemed to cool off after posting a 400% gain last week. The video game retailer’s shares fell nearly 31% on Monday, while key averages got off to a strong start on the first day of trading in February.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 229 points to close at 30,211.91, an increase of 0.76%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,773.86, up 1.61% from Friday’s target, and the Nasdaq Composite closed at 13,403.39, up 2.55% from last week.

Since the beginning of the year, the blue-chip Dow has fallen by more than 1%. The benchmark index is now about half a percentage point positive year over year, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq is up 4%.

“With these 15 themes … I’m confident that you can be sure to buy more the next time you enter,” said Cramer. “You now have your menu. There are a lot to choose from, so put some on your shopping list.”

Chip shortage

E-commerce

Reopening of trade

digitalization

Internet security

5G

stimulus

China

Self-directed stock selection

Fintech

Health care

Electric vehicles

Home work

casing

Clean energy

Disclosure: Cramer’s charitable foundation owns shares in Apple, Abbott Labs, Amazon, Broadcom, Boeing, Crown Castle, Salesforce, Disney, Facebook, Alphabet, Honeywell, Marvell Tech, Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks, and Walmart.

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