All this week, Jim Cramer has been honoring the NCAA March Madness by creating his own bracketology for "Mad Money." His goal is to use the NCAA college tournament to teach investors about stock picking.
"In a perfect world, people would spend the same amount of effort picking and analyzing their own stocks, which is why every year I try to equate the March Madness with your portfolio," said the "Mad Money" host.
The No. 1 seed in the western region is the University of Wisconsin. The story behind this team is all about offense—for every 100 possessions they score an average of 124 points. Wowzer! Head Coach Bo Ryan has been with the school for 14 years and has taken the team to the NCAA tournament every season.
To Cramer, the Wisconsin Badgers remind him of Wells Fargo. It has awesome offense in the form of accelerating revenue growth at 3.8 percent in the latest quarter, from negative 1.5 percent in the first quarter of 2014.
"But even if the Fed's rate hikes don't come as quickly as you're expecting, this remains the best bank to own, as Wells Fargo currently has some of the strongest net interest margins in the business," Cramer said.