Cramer has picked up on a pattern when it comes to biotech stocks that could change the game for an investor's portfolio—listen to the darned CEO interviews.
In fact, Cramer would argue that the biotech group has gone from being hit or miss to being totally predictable just based on what the CEOs are saying on "Mad Money."
For instance, BioMarin racked up a 12 percent gain after a successful trial of a drug that combats dwarfism in children. The results of the trial triggered price target bumps from all of the research houses that follow the stock.
Cramer was shocked when he saw this. Not because of the results of the study, but the fact that these results seemed to be much of a surprise in the first place. BioMarin CEO J.J. Bienaime said many times on the show that things looked good for this test and that he was hopeful. And while his demeanor came across as understated and nonpromotional, these results should have been no surprise to anyone who watched "Mad Money."
But most importantly, when looking back at all of these CEO interviews, Cramer saw a pattern. A pattern that revealed that all of these gains are attainable for your portfolio, but require a specialized skill: Listen to the CEOs!
The CEOs are not wasting your time, Cramer's time or their own time. They are helping investors to learn about their products so you can make money—it's that easy.
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After three years of anticipation, Title IV of the 2012 JOBS Act will finally kick in on Friday. This will allow regular people to invest in privately held startups via mini-IPOs that can raise up to $50 million.
Historically, only accredited investors, some 2 percent of the population, have been able to participate in these start-ups. Now privately held companies will be able to market themselves as an investment to ordinary people.
This is a huge deal for a company like SeedInvest, which is a free online crowdfunding platform that gives investors the ability to invest in vetted start-ups. To find out what this could mean for the future of investing, Cramer spoke with SeedInvest's co-founder and CEO, Ryan Feit.
He gave investors a few pointers. "First of all, you should never invest more than 10 percent of your portfolio into private companies. And if you are going to invest in private companies, make sure you are diversified, so at least build a portfolio of 10 companies," Feit said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Caterpillar: "I have to tell you, the Baltic Freight Index was up again and I like it. It's literally up about 50 percent in the last few weeks. That to me says even though Caterpillar is probably not going to have a good quarter, I don't mind owning it."
Facebook: "I think Facebook can earn $3.50 in 2017 and, doing the math in my head, that takes it to $100. A big charitable trust name."
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