While Cramer was at CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference on Wednesday morning, he had the chance to speak with big-name investors Nelson Peltz and Bill Ackman on the concept of a platform company, or special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).
Basically, an SPAC takes a big pile of money, and then grows through a series of acquisitions. One of those SPACs is Platform Specialty Products Corp, which is a specialty chemical roll-up that is 20 percent owned by Ackman.
When Cramer last spoke to CEO Dan Leever in March, he made a bold call that his stock would trade to $200 one day. Since then, the stock has remained basically flat at $26. However, the "Mad Money" host remains a big believer in its management team.
Are there enough acquisition prospects out there to catapult the stock higher? Cramer sat down with Leever to find out.
"There are hundreds of billions of dollars in assets out there that fit our business model…to coatings, to water treatment. There is broad cross section of industries that we can play in," Leever said.
Cramer is a huge fan of measuring a stock based on its fundamental analysis. Meaning, understanding the earnings and valuations of a particular company before adding the stock to his portfolio.
However, the "Mad Money" host also thinks that valuable information can be garnered from technical analysis of charts. That is why for Chart Week this week, he turned to Carolyn Boroden for her interpretation of where the market is headed based on what is in the charts.
Boroden is a technician who runs FibonacciQueen.com and is one of Cramer's colleagues at RealMoney.com. Leonardo Bonacci, who went by the nickname of Fibonacci, was an Italian mathematician from the Middle Ages who found that a series of key ratios tend to repeat themselves over and over again in nature.
Boroden applied these key ratios based on past security swings in order to figure out if the S&P 500 could change its trajectory soon. To begin she emphasized the importance of Fibonacci price extensions, which are retracements beyond 100 percent. She uses those levels to determine where potential support and resistance levels are for the index.
Boroden recommended watching the 2110 to 2115 level of the S&P for key market activity. With the S&P closing at 2107 on Wednesday, that means investors could get ready for a bumpy road very soon.
"If we can push through it, then the odds are higher for the extensions on the upside to be reached in the 2159 and 2190 area," Boroden said.
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In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Nisource Inc: "I've been a fan, but remember, with interest rates going higher, no one is going to buy this one so you are going to have to be able to say don't buy right now until the yield goes higher."
Clean Energy Fuels Corp: "I do not like the stock. I like the concept. The concept seemed great to me, which is natural gas fueling stations. But it has not taken off, and the country is not ready for it, yet."
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