Once in a while, a sleepy stock will suddenly wake up and take off so fast that it takes Jim Cramer's breath away. That is exactly what happened with Insperity, the once-placid outsourcing company that has soared 52 percent this year.
"When you see that kind of staggering move, you have to wonder what the heck is going on here," the "Mad Money" host said.
Now that the stock has finally pulled back from its highs, Cramer was ready to figure out what prompted such incredible performance, and if the stock has more room to run.
Insperity is best known as a business process outsourcing play that handles human resources and administrative processes. It has been around for almost 30 years, and has been publicly traded since 1997. Its aim is to help other companies succeed by taking care of the tedious tasks that can distract management from the bigger picture.
"The company has over 100,000 corporate clients, and its balance sheet is a thing of beauty," Cramer said.