Jim Cramer was intrigued when Micron Technology suddenly got its groove back on Thursday.
Micron jumped a monster 10 percent after it was upgraded by both Susquehanna and Nomura. And the good news is that Cramer thinks this isn't just the stock playing catch up. This could be the beginning of something good.
"It looks to me like a major turn could be unfolding, with not one but several product lines doing better," the "Mad Money" host said.
Micron's two main products are within the scope of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) and flash memory. After a 50 percent decline in pricing in the past two years, DRAMs are finally going higher.