Cramer Remix: The Fed is a travesty

Jim Cramer is concerned about the Federal Reserve, and it could mean the market gets hammered next week.

A few days ago, some Fed officials directly broke ranks with Fed chief Janet Yellen and made it clear that they believe the Fed is not moving fast enough to raise interest rates.

"This mini-revolt at the Fed is a travesty," the "Mad Money" host said.

Cramer's big question is, how could the economy get stronger and protect investment when three unelected officials have the ability to upend a policy that was just set a week ago?

"As someone who is trying to be constructive about stocks, this mutiny is inexplicable. You simply cannot confuse people like this. It is just wrong," Cramer said.

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Memo to the Federal Reserve members who want to raise rates just after telling investors that it would be on hold — Cramer does not want you to read the KB Home conference call, because it will just encourage you to want to tighten, and that would be wrong.

KB Home is the national homebuilder concentrated in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, the Washington, D.C. metro area, North Carolina, Nevada and Texas.

With the most heavy emphasis on California's Bay Area, KB Home reported a better than expected quarter on Wednesday that was astonishing to Cramer.

"So, what is worrisome here — this is only a $1.3 billion company, and it doesn't have the reach of the other major homebuilders," the "Mad Money" host said.

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With March Madness in full swing this month, it is due to be whittled down to the elite eight on Friday. Cramer decided to trim down his list of top CEOs, by establishing incredible leaders who he believes could lead their companies to success in 2016

"I think they need to be acknowledged so that you can buy their stocks into weakness," the "Mad Money" host said.

Cramer revealed the first four on his list on Wednesday, which were Dave Cote of Honeywell, Steve Easterbrook of McDonald's, Jeff Immelt of General Electric and Satya Nadella of Microsoft.

The next top contenders on Cramer's list of the elite eight CEOs were Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo, Howard Schultz of Starbucks, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Inge Thulin of 3M.

Read MoreCramer: 8 CEOs positioned for strength in 2016

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SeedInvest is the investing platform that is all about helping individual investors connect with private companies that are looking to crowdfund. On behalf of Virtuix, a virtual reality startup that is all about taking VR to the next level, they went live this week with their first major crowdfunding effort.

Virtuix has a product on the market called Omni, which is a pioneering motion platform that gives people the ability to move around naturally. Virtuix is trying to raise $10 million in Series A fundraising on SeedInvest, which Cramer thinks could be the future of how start-ups get funding.

Cramer spoke with Virtuix CEO Jan Goetgeluk and SeedInvest CEO Ryan Feit to learn more. Feit explained the implications that the new world of crowdfunding could have.

"The thing about early-stage investing is that you need to do it prudently. So, we are trying our best to educate people who are doing this for the first time. But, the ironic thing is that this is the first time a television audience has had the chance to invest in a start-up they see on TV," Feit said.

And with 2016 in full swing, Cramer decided to pick through the rubble of some of last year's broken IPOs. One stock that is starting to see traction is Amplify Snack Brands, the maker of snack foods like SkinnyPop popcorn and Paqui tortilla chips.

Amplify came public at a very inopportune time in early August, 2015 just before all things growth or speculative suddenly went out of style.

With Amplify's sales growing at 40 percent, could the stock be a bargain? Cramer spoke with the company's CEO, Thomas Ennis.

"We are a great business, right, we're not just a great brand … We actually have great margins, great EBITDA, and we've got great growth. We've kind of got the whole deal," Ennis said.

In the lightning round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller-favorite stocks:

Philip Morris: "I typically don't recommend the tobacco companies, but I have to admit that PM is going higher. It's really doing incredibly well. We got another upgrade today."

WisdomTree Investments: "WisdomTree has come down a lot. I don't know, it's at 2.87 percent. When it gets to 3 percent and you really need to own it, then you can go do it. I am surprised at how low the stock is."

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