Cramer says there's a stock in the market that investors don't really understand. And he doesn't want you to be among them.
The stock in question is that of Zillow – the company behind a website that allows visitors to compare home prices in neighborhoods around the country.
The issue, Cramer says, is that a large number of pros are betting against this stock or shorting it. "With gains of 74% in only 3 months, the stock's often the subject of overvalued chatter, with shorts just thinking it has to roll over," Cramer said. "18% of Zillow's float is short, that's a huge percentage of the stock that trades."
Cramer, however, thinks those naysayers are missing something important.
"Shortsellers regard Zillow as a housing play. And they repeatedly frame the story as the ultimate fad connected to a rapidly fading business," he said.
The Mad Money host doesn't see it that way and he doesn't think bulls see it that way either.