Stocks Cramer was talking about Wednesday morning:
Research in Motion: "This is a make or break product for Blackberry," he said. "The erosion must be stopped. the share take from Apple must be stopped. These devices might cause technology officers at companies to take a hard look before shifting to Apple," he said.
Amazon: The online retailer moved to all-time highs after missing earnings after higher margin businesses showed promise. Cramer said "this stock is going up" because of Amazon's line in the earnings report. Analysts are looking for a reason to raise their price target, there are very few companies like Amazon, he said. "No one is competing with Amazon in the world." he said.
Chesapeake: In reporting on the stock, CNBC's David Faber and Kate Kelly say the markets believe Chesapeake had an "Aubrey discount" that has now evaporated with the retirement announcement from CEO Aubrey McClendon.
"[McClendon] truly did believe that this would be the year that natural gas prices will go up," said Cramer. "It just seems like another year where that's not going to happen." On rumors that Chesapeake is a takeover target, Cramer said "this is a company built on joint ventures, it's a very hard company to take over. It's still levered to natural gas so it has to keep selling assets to hit cash flow numbers."