Cramer kicked off his very own Chart Week, so he could sit down with famous chartists in person to talk about their favorite stocks. It is much like the Discovery Channel's "Shark Week"—only with the potential to be a lot more lucrative.
First up was Robert Moreno, a technician and colleague of Cramer's at RealMoney.com, as well as the publisher of RightViewTrading.com and a big fan of Facebook's stock.
Facebook hit a 52-week high on Monday, closing at $90. Thus, Moreno examined the charts to see if the high was a fluke or a signal for a long-term climb. Looking at the weekly chart of Facebook, Moreno pointed out that the stock has been in a primary uptrend since January 2013.
So, now that the stock has hit an all-time high on Monday, where does Moreno see Facebook headed?
Moreno said it all comes down to the interesting activity that he saw in the daily chart, as it recently formed a flag pattern.
Ultimately, he projected that Facebook will go as high as $95 in the short term. And even without a glorious flag pattern, the floor of support is so strong that Moreno expects the long-term upward trajectory to stay intact.
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Three weeks ago, Cramer highlighted Helen of Troy as a red-hot stock that was up roughly 50 percent year-to-date that believed would move much higher in the long term.
But, last week the company reported earnings, and despite the fact that they were broadly in-line with Wall Street's expectations, the stock was slammed hard and dropped 10.7 percent in a single session on Friday.
What the heck happened?
Cramer pointed out that the vital part of the story is that when Helen of Troy reported last week, the stock was already red-hot. And while the quarter reported was OK, it wasn't great. Thus, the problem is that when a stock is up 50 percent for the year going into the quarter, OK isn't good enough.
"When a company keeps surpassing Wall Street's numbers, the analysts are going to keep raising the bar, until eventually, the estimates, which were too low, can finally become too high," Cramer said.
The verdict? While the last quarter wasn't the blow out that most investors expected, the long-term story hasn't changed. The only thing that is different is how Wall Street perceives the stock, and in Cramer's opinion the stock is pretty attractive down at these levels.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Caci International: "That is an inexpensive information technology company that I've liked. I looked into it to do a piece on. Well chosen. Sometimes you get lucky, and it's better than being good."
Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings: "I like that stock. Another one! This is really interesting because a friend of mine suggested to do this one and I just haven't had a chance to do as many stocks as I'd like. That's another very good company."
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