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A Bet on the Return to Equities

The retail investor, Cramer said Friday, is again investing in the stock market.

Cramericans should then consider a "pure play" on all of the cash flowing back into the markets, the "Mad Money" host said. The stock is OptionsXpress , an Internet-based broker that focuses on derivatives, including options and futures. On Thursday, Cramer noted the company reported a "very robust" quarter. It had a 1 cent earnings miss off a 21 cent basis with revenues rising 11 percent year-over-year.

Cramer said that with OptionsXpress, investors benefit from the long-term secular trend of increased derivatives trading, the democratization of things like options and the cyclical rebound of confidence in the market. While he's bullish on the stock, he wanted to learn more about the company. To do so, he welcomed CEO David Fisher onto "Mad Money." Watch the video for the full interview.

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