Investors are acting emotionally and that could create bargains among retail stocks, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Cramer says he is a long-term buyer of Home Depot (HD) which posted earnings of $1.61 a share on revenue of $23.15 billion. Wall Street had projected earnings of $1.58 a share on revenue of $23.04 billion. Cramer is also bullish on TJX (TJX) which saw third quarter earnings come in at $0.91 a share, excluding one-time items. Wall Street expected $0.87 a share. Net sales at TJX rose 7% from the prior year to $8.3 billion, ahead of projections for $8.2 billion.
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