With companies like Apple and Facebook getting into the electronic payment space, where does that leave a company like Western Union? Many people assume that the old-fashioned transfer players are being pushed out of business, but that's apparently not the case, according to Western Union's stock, which has roared 21 percent this year.
Cramer attributed the stock's success to the fact that this company understood the importance of knowing how to adapt. Western Union is currently the worldwide leader in cross-border money transfer services, reaching to 200 countries and territories.
The company has managed to beat expectations thus far, thanks to its growing online business, and strong growth in the business money transfer division.
With the strong dollar at its peak, could this stock run even further? To find out, Cramer spoke with Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek.
"We were very concentrated on our core business, and you know, sometimes if you transform the core business, it blinds you from the future opportunities...we saw that customer use cases are changing. People want to send money via their mobile phone; the people want to send online," Ersek said.
In the current political environment, where it seems like Democrats and Republicans don't agree on anything, the one thing that they do see eye-to-eye on is that free trade is a good thing.
However, there is one guy out there who is one of the few business leaders in the country who is willing to criticize free trade. Cramer spoke with Dan DiMicco, the former chairman and CEO and current chairman emeritus of the big U.S. steelmaker, Nucor Corp.
Cramer described DiMicco as a realist who believes that the U.S. government needs to promote real manufacturing jobs, rather than just assume that the decline in manufacturing can't be reversed and we just need to deal with it.
DiMicco joined Cramer to discuss his new book, "American Made: Why Making Things Will Return Us To Greatness."
"There is no such thing as free trade in the world, and so I'm a trade realist. I'm an optimist, long term, but I'm a trade realist. I'm a free trader to be quite honest with you. I would love to see free trade work. The problem is when you look at what the world does there's no such thing as free trade; it's all being manipulated by government," DiMicco said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Petrobras: "It's making a comeback but they do report Friday, and we've got to see what they really do. I've got to tell you, this is a company that's back from the dead and it's the same with Vale. I don't want to be there, but I understand that I didn't call the bottom in this thing and I can understand why people want to speculate in it."
Windstream Holdings: "Wow, that's a telco company with a big yield. I'm not a fan. I think that I need growth and that doesn't have it."
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