Cramer has always understood the importance of highlighting the next big market themes that could drive innovation. That is why "Mad Money" has been on a mission to help investors find the major forces behind the market, by profiling private companies that could be the future of business in its "Off The Tape" segment.
On Tuesday, CNBC launched its third annual Disruptor 50 list, which highlights the most revolutionary startups in business. Making its third appearance on the list and moving up from number 18 to 15 is Quirky.
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Quirky gained its start as a platform for people to submit ideas. The company would then take the best inventions from the idea stage to store shelves around the world.
What makes Quirky unique is the community foundation that is associated with its business model. The company works based on in-house designers and engineers that collaborate with a community for development. The community member submits an idea, and then the community votes to decide which products will be advanced.
Could Quirky be the future of the internet of things? To find out Cramer sat down with the founder and CEO of Quirky, Ben Kaufman.
The CEO explained that his company started out as a small startup in his apartment in New York City and has grown over time to include larger partners. Before Quirky existed, people spent their life savings trying to create invention. That is how Kaufman started when his parents put a second mortgage on their house to support his idea.
"The best ideas in the world aren't actually in the world, they're locked in people's heads and we want to unlock them," Kaufman said. (Tweet This)
One odd thing Cramer noticed is that even though the price of oil has rebounded nearly 50 percent from its lows in March, the larger commodity indices have not. These indices are heavily weighted towards oil, yet they have barely moved.
What the heck is going on?
To find the answer the "Mad Money" host turned to technician Carley Garner, the co-founder of DeCarly Trading and author of "A Trader's First Book on Commodities", and Cramer's colleague at RealMoney.com.
Garner noted that despite the fact that generally there is a strong correlation between crude oil and the broader commodity indices, that's not happening right now. However, she thinks that eventually they will pop.
From Garner's perspective, the newfound weakness in the dollar and recent rebound in oil suggests that the whole commodity complex is ready to run.
"If Europe continues getting better, and it is, while China eventually turns around, then Garner will turn out to be very right about nearly every commodity under the sun. I'm with Carley, I think she's going to be very right," Cramer said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
McCormick & Company: "We love McCormick. We think that company is terrific. It's just a great staple that keeps doing well."
Linn Energy LLC: "I'm not recommending Linn, so when I say you're fine that means someone's going to say Cramer loves it. I don't think you need to take the big loss right now. I think it can percolate a little bit higher."
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