Most investors know that the industrials have taken a major beating, especially those with international exposure, thanks to the meltdown in China and the strong dollar eating away at earnings.
One of those companies is Eaton, a classic industrial with huge international exposure that manufactures electrical control products, power management systems, hydraulics, truck transmissions and aerospace systems.
The company reported a not-so-good quarter on Wednesday, and the stock is down 15 percent in the past six weeks. So while the company did deliver a 3 cent earnings beat from a $1.13 basis, its revenues came in lower than expected. However, the expectations were low enough on the stock that it still managed to close up at the end of the day.
Can the company turn things around? To find out, Cramer spoke with Eaton's CEO Sandy Cutler.
"it is hard to point to a specific country that is strengthening significantly on a total basis…And that is why we felt the most important thing we can be doing for investors right now, and running our company really prudently, is we have to get another layer of cost out. And that's why we are committed to our $145 million restructuring program," Cutler said.
Cramer spends a lot of time educating investors about the ways to make money in stocks of publicly traded companies. However, sometimes the only way to truly understand a trend controlling stocks is to take a look at smaller privately-held companies off the tape.
Cohealo is one of those private companies that is a fast-growing software company, and has taken the health care industry by storm. Its software allows different hospitals within the same health care system to share expensive surgical equipment, and ultimately save enormous amounts of money.
The company's software tracks fleets of medical equipment, and provides real-time updates to let hospitals know where the machinery is, its availability and how much it is being used. It's a combination of analytics and logistics for hospitals to share non-emergency surgical equipment.
It's basically the AirBnB for hospital equipment.
To learn more about how Cohealo is disrupting the health care space, Cramer spoke with its CEO Mark Slaughter.
"We think we have found a perfect storm of inefficiency. Health systems and hospitals either own too much of something or not enough of the other, but they don't have exactly what they need. We are hoping by linking it together…we can find the perfect balance," Slaughter said.
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In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Pandora Media: "No, Pandora is a no buy no buy. There's too much competition, I can't stand it when I've got situations where there is so much competition."
Aircastle Limited: "The commercial leasing business is an okay business and it's got a decent yield. I'm not crazy about it, and I'm not against it. It's just kind of neither here nor there."
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