I know we can come back to this post 2, 3 and even 10 years later and give it probably a 100% chance he is right that some of these stocks are a good buy for the long, long, long term, however to think the banks are back and so many want in at this exact time is another story, amazing how quick sentiment on wallstreet changes. Hyping up most bank stocks after some of them are up over 50% to as much as 200% is not the way to do it. Cramer: The Market Has Changed Posted By: Tom Brennan Topics:Timothy Geithner | Ben Bernanke | Mutual Funds | Hedge Funds | Stock Picks | Stock Market Sectors:Financial Services Companies:Citigroup Inc | Wells Fargo and Co | Bank of America Corp | JPMorgan Chase and Co | Goldman Sachs Group Inc | Morgan Stanley The very people who so damaged the bank stocks, or who âplayed it smartâ by sitting on the sidelines, are scrambling to go long now that market has gained some sound footing, Cramer said Tuesday. And thereâs one sector in particular that the big money is eyeing. So investors should expect this cohort to enjoy a sudden spike in popularity. That the Dow would give back 115 points the day after gaining nearly 500 is no surprise. Naturally, people would take profits where they could to lock in their gains. But itâs where the money will flow when it reenters the market thatâs important. And Cramer said that cash should flood right into the banks. With Treasury Secretary Geithner announcing his plan to handle banksâ toxic assets, and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke all but declaring that not another bank would fail on his watch, the financials are regaining the publicâs trust. Thereâs little talk of nationalization now. The mortgages that weighed so heavily on these institutionsâ books are being reworked. The asset-backed paper attached to those mortgages has finally found a viable market in which to trade. Virtually all of the banksâ problems are being solved, and Washingtonâs steady hand is behind it all. Now the hedge funds that made billions hammering down bank stocks have to reassess their strategies. And the mutual funds that had taken a timeout to avoid losses are trying to get back in the game. That means some really big money is about to pour into the market, and Cramer thinks Morgan Stanley [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ], Goldman Sachs [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ], JPMorgan Chase [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ], Bank of America [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ], Wells Fargo [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ] and even Citigroup [MOS 45.01 0.24 (+0.54%) ] will be the most likely recipients. Neither the hedgies nor the mutuals figured the turn would happen so fast. The hedge funds, in particular, assumed that Geithner would deliver the same horrible performance he did back on Feb 10, when he failed to offer any clear, viable solution to the banking mess. Banks sold off en masse after that. So why would this time be any different? Well, it was different. And Bernankeâs strong presence only added credence to Geithnerâs announcement. Now the big money is playing catch-up. They will catch up, though. And because these guys move the markets, this trend will predominate. So be prepared to fight for shares of any of the aforementioned banks, Cramer said, from now until the end of the quarter. Cramer's charitable trust owns Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo.