Whenever Cramer sees a large company pull off a magnificent turnaround he knows the stock will have the ability to rally for years to come and only take an occasional breather.
Newell Rubbermaid is the composition of brands in housewares, home furnishings and office products. It is best known for Rubbermaid plastic storage containers, Sharpie pens, Calphalon cookware and much more.
After being undermanaged for many years, in 2012 management rolled out a multiyear restructuring plan called the Growth Game Plan. Since that time, the stock has been unstoppable, up more than 100 percent since its current CEO Michael Polk took over in June 2011.
"Every brand has opportunity to grow. Growth is really the engine that powers us, and that's what we've been focused on the last number of years. How do you unlock the trapped capacity to grow these brands," Polk said.
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In order to help Cramerica become better investors, sometimes Cramer likes to go off the tape to check in with privately held companies that are on the cusp of a major trend in its industry.
One of those industries is the consumer lending business. For ages it was incredibly difficult to get access to credit from anywhere but a bank or a loan shark. These days, it seems to Cramer that many companies will lend credit, even without perfect credit.
Affirm is a private company that provides instant financing for purchase up to $10,000 that can be paid back over a term of 3, 6 or 12 months. It has partnered with various stores and e-commerce platforms to use Affirm to apply for a micro-loan, with clear straightforward terms.
To hear more, Cramer spoke with Affirm CEO Max Levchin, who also is one of the co-founders of PayPal.
"We bring new buyers, people that are window shoppers, turn into actual purchasers by extending credit to people that either opt out of credit cards entirely or cannot get a credit card. And merchants get a whole new set of buyers, and people get a whole new set of things that they want to consume," Levchin said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Ambarella Inc: "When it comes to semiconductors, I am an Intel, Texas Instruments guy right now. I am willing to cut off my upside. Now people don't really want to hear that. They want a little bit more juice — I am not the guy with the running gun offense."
Mobileye: "Mobileye is a very aggressive thing to own. In other words, it is a company that is doing well and the auto business is doing well, but I have to tell you it's so expensive that count me out in terms of trying to get an endorsement."
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