Heading into the second quarter, TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes stocks might be a little bit cheaper than investors realize, and he sees a lot that he likes, including Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) , IBM (IBM) and Alphabet (GOOG) . Cramer said those stocks will benefit from the weaker dollar. Cramer points out while investors should have their shopping lists ready, they should also realize the opportunities will be on a case by case basis. 'You've got Delta (DAL) , American (AAL) , United Continental (UAL) selling at seven times earnings,' said Cramer. 'Now you've got a Clorox (CLX) that's selling at a very high multiple or a Kimberly (KMB) , but those are companies, particularly Kimberly, that can really benefit from a weaker dollar.' Cramer notes that corporate guidance had been crimped by a strong U.S. dollar in the first quarter, but that could be ending.
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