Recently, the focus on my blog has been gaming and leisure stocks, primarily, those concentrated in Macau. Now, I am going to discuss the housing "bubble" and other key stocks that have been entering the market. On Friday, Fortress Investment Group became the first publicly traded hedge fund. In Jim Cramer's article, "Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: A Yardstick for Sears" he discusses this important event in the market along with a stock that could become a great investment. Furthermore, the importance of hedge fund activity has been seen through the rapid saturation of hedge fund companies opening in the past couple of years along with the huge amounts of profits many funds have managed to make. Though, in Jim Cramer's article, he believes that Sears Holdings (SHLD) will actually be the beneficiary from Fortress going public. Since, Fortress is now public investors are now able to have a benchmark value for what the investment industry can create in profits. In addition, Cramer believes Sears Holdings is more of an investment company than a retailer, since they own Kmart and Sears, but recent acquisitions have created soaring earnings through investment activity. So, the benchmark that Fortress creates allows Sears Holdings to be properly valued and Cramer feels it could create a huge impact on the price of a share of Sears Holdings stock. In closing, Jim Cramer recommends buying this bullish stock since it is currently $180.81 and his prediction estimates Sears to be worth $327 in the near future.