Jim Cramer answered viewers’ Twitter questions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday, and offered a list of stocks to buy on a market pullback. Cramer said he’s ready to buy General Mills (GIS), PepsiCo (PEP), Home Depot (HD) and Kroger (KR) when there’s a pullback. Cramer, who recommended buying CVS (CVS) on Monday, said all of the stocks on his list will benefit from lower oil prices, which are on the way. Cramer said he’ll wait for the buying opportunities because he’s skeptical of big rallies and cautioned that investors should still be prudent. Another viewer asked about good reentry points for both Fitbit (FIT) and Wayfair (W). Cramer said Fitbit is benefitting from comments made by Best Buy on the fact that fitness equipment sales are doing well, and also pointed out that Brunswick (BC) makes fitness equipment and that it’s a good buy. On Wayfair, Cramer said it’s not a stock to own in a tough market. Send your Twitter questions to Cramer using #CramerQ.
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