Often, Cramer sees that when the entire market rallies, individual stocks that were once loved fall out of favor. When that happens, does it mean that these high-flying stocks are taking a quick breather before going higher? Or have they totally lost their mojo?
Chipotle, Monster Beverage and LuluLemon are three stocks that have been red hot lately, but all have started to crash. To find out what could be in the future for these players, the "Mad Money" host turned to Ed Ponsi, a technician and managing director of Barchetta Capital Management and Cramer's colleague at RealMoney.com.
Ponsi pointed out that while these three stocks have been leaders in the past, investors should not expect leaders to last forever.
"A bull market is like a relay race: One or two sectors will take the baton at any given moment and set the pace, but after they've run their course they'll pass the baton onto the next leadership group," Cramer said. (Tweet This)
Ponsi found that Chipotle, Monster Beverage and LuluLemon are classic examples of generals who have recently been demoted. All have some pretty scary looking charts.
"These are high-quality companies, and at a certain level I think their stocks will become too attractive to ignore," Cramer said.
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Now that the high flying stocks are out of the way, Cramer wanted to give investors a chance to get a better look at how the global economy is doing. Sometimes that means speaking to the leaders of major foreign companies, even if their stocks do not trade in the U.S.
One of those companies is Saint-Gobain, the 350-year-old French company that is the leading global provider of construction materials such as glass, roofing, siding and insulation. The company was founded in 1665 to manufacture mirrors for the original construction of Versailles.
The company has also made its mark in history, by refurbishing the interior of the Statue of Liberty with safety glass, making the glass for the Whitney Museum's windows in New York City and helping to rebuild the World Trade Center.
And while it has lately been in a heated legal battle to buy Sika, the company has a long history of making smart acquisitions. Can the wisdom of this company catapult it higher into the future? To find out, Cramer spoke with the Saint Gobain CEO Pierre-Andre De Chalendar and North American CEO John Crowe.
"I think we are effectively going to benefit a lot from the recovery that should happen in Europe in construction, after the one that has already started to take place in the U.S. But we are not at the end of the recovery in the U.S.; we are about halfway, and I think we are going to benefit from that," Chalendar said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
General Electric: "Slow and steady will kind of tie the race. I think it's going to go up over time. You get that dividend—and keep reinvesting the dividend—and I think you'll do fine. I don't think you'll shoot the lights out, but I think you'll do fine."
Party City: "When they rolled out a lot of the different recommendations, they were almost all positive. Therefore, I think that you've got another quarter or two that are going to be very good. I'm on your team, I like it."
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