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Jim Cramer wants investors to be ready next time Europe drops on a dime, especially because ofGreece. If there is one thing the "Mad Money" host has learned speaking to CEOs lately, it's that Europe is coming back.
Yes, that's right. Europe is making a comeback.
"Think about yesterday's break, or at least try to remember what caused it. Some European central banker arguing with some Greek politician? That kerfuffle gave you a chance to pick up great American stocks at prices that were much cheaper than you otherwise would've gotten," said the "Mad Money" host.
Cramer advised that the best deals are with U.S. companies that do a large amount of business in Europe, and are already doing well domestically.
The turnaround is here for the organic and natural food movement. Just a few years ago, shoppers who wanted to eat natural and organic food only really had Whole Foods for shopping. However Jim Cramer thinks those days are now over and Hain Celestial is right in the center of this trend.
Heck, even Wal-Mart has gone organic!
Hain reported earnings on Wednesday, and while the big picture remained strong for the company, the sales were a big below analyst estimates, and it did lower guidance as well. Cramer attributed the weakness largely to currency issues overseas.
To find out where the company could be headed Cramer spoke with Irwin Simon, CEO of Hain Celestial Group.
"The Super Bowl this past weekend was one of our biggest snacking seasons. Our snack business on consumption has been up over 30 percent," said Simon.
Cramer is also seeing visionary stocks floating around out there that could represent tremendous investment opportunity. Those are the stocks that investors have to take a chance on, and either believes in the company's vision or not—stocks like Under Armour.
"Those who believe can make fortunes if they get it right. Non-believers make nothing. And those who bet against the believers? Well, they can lose their shirts," said the "Mad Money" host.
This is what Cramer wants investors to think about when they invest in a visionary leader like Kevin Plank, the CEO and founder of Under Armour.
Seriously, how the heck does this company even exist—do people really need better t-shirts?
"I'm warning you that you short Under Armour at your own peril. Go ahead, make Kevin Plank's day," said Cramer.
Cramer is buying into this visionary. And if you're an investor who isn't a believer, at least stand on the sidelines and let the rest of the Cramericans gobble it up.p.
Slow and steady wins the race, right? There is one semiconductor stock that has been doing a steady climb, and without much commotion.
Integrated Device Technology is the maker of low-power, high-performance chips for niche markets, as well as next generation communications infrastructure, computing and consumer industries. The stock is up more than 20 percent in the past three months and blew out the quarter when it reported on Monday stronger-than-expected guidance for next quarter.
Additionally, IDTI has developed a wireless cell-phone-charging solution that could explode further. Gone will be the days of standing next to an outlet just to get through the day with your phone!
To find out more, Cramer spoke with Integrated Device Technology CEO Greg Waters.
"We are not only shipping this wireless charging technology to some of the big names in the industry, but it's just now starting to transition from that early adopter phase to the growth phase. I think 2015 is the first year we started to see some real legs out of the industry in this," said Waters.
Has the pain in the agriculture business finally gotten tired and worn out? Cramer has been wondering this since Agco Corporation reported some seriously awesome numbers on Tuesday, causing the stock to rise 9 percent in one day.
Agco is the world's third largest marker and distributor of agricultural equipment. It announced a 9 percent dividend boost and a $500 million buyback, indicating that management thinks the stock is too cheap.
Given the sensitive nature of the agricultural business, Cramer spoke with Agco's CEO Martin Richenhagen to find out if he also is seeing things get better in Europe.
The CEO agreed, stating "I think that the U.K., Scandinavia some parts of the Eastern countries like the baltic states are growing. We also invested a lot of money in engineering and manpower in Africa, and we see that growing."
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorites: