Jim Cramer has always been a proponent of long-term investing. With CNBC's 25th Anniversary celebration on Thursday, Cramer is not just thinking about investments for the next quarter. He's thinking about the next 25 years.
Specifically, what stocks given to an infant today could be used to pay down their college debt and make them money in the future?
To do that kind of investing, Cramer thinks that investors have to think big. He has three generational themes that he thinks will have to stand the test of future time.
Third, is the ability to harness potential energy. Perhaps we could harness the sun to provide the power that we need. Cramer thinks Tesla is on the right track, and sees a car that runs on solar power, and plugs into an outlet at only a fraction of the cost of what consumers pay now.
With these three generational themes, Cramer sat down with five influential moguls of Wall Street, to get their take on leadership and where the economy is headed.