The best performer was General Growth Properties, which Cramer recognized could have been a bit hard to spot. It went in and out of bankruptcy and rebounded faster than anyone thought possible with the help of hedge fund manager Bill Ackman.
The second best performer could have been achievable, Cramer said. Regeneron was the first guest on "Mad Money" and Cramer has recommended it based on its medicine to stabilize macular degeneration, a disease that causes blindness.
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Third on the list was Under Armour, which Cramer considers to be a technology company that sells clothing. He recommended buying it on any pullback.
Wyndham Worldwide was also gettable, as the CEO transformed the company from being a capital intensive builder of hotels to an asset-light manager of hotels and timeshares. That new business model allowed profits to rise.
Next up was United Rentals, which was a tough one. It had a busted deal with a leveraged buyout that was not completed due to financing issues. And with so much exposure to oil with the equipment rental business, Cramer recognized that many wouldn't have seen the gains coming.
Cramer was shocked to see CBS in eighth place, but perhaps it was hidden in plain sight as it repeatedly calls itself America's most watched network. An investor could have heard that and bought the stock.
Just looking at one's daily routine could have been a great clue for Starbucks. Sure, the stock had its ups and downs, but Cramer has found that the dips were always buying opportunities.
"Recognizing that your own personal ritual is often shared by others can be one of the keys to successful investing, so the stock's 1,292 percent gain may have been the easiest to come by," Cramer said.
Other top performers were HanesBrands, Netflix, Extra Space, Priceline, Signet Jewelers, United Continental Holdings, and L Brands.
"You can put almost all of your money in an index fund, and I fully endorse that, but based on how obvious some of these winners since the Haines bottom seven years ago have been, I think it makes sense to sock away something extra to invest," Cramer said.