Dollar Tree's (DLTR) earnings are a sign that consumers are feeling better about their financial situation, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Dollar Tree's stock sank Thursday on disappointing results. Cramer says if investors want to be in the stock, they should wait until analysts downgrade it and take down their numbers.
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