Entering August, a historically terrible month for stocks, Jim Cramer noted a change in perspective on Wall Street to value the long-term over the short-term.
"Some people might dismiss all of this bullishness as mere froth. But I think it signals that the vicious skepticism that has held down the longer-term growth stocks could be coming to an end," the "Mad Money" host said.
Putting aside Cramer's description of Elon Musk's attitude as "I'm smarter than you and I can't bother with you," he actually found logic in the Tesla Motors CEO's long-term vision for the solar industry.
Tesla's all-stock deal to buy SolarCity for $2.6 billion showed Cramer that Musk isn't playing for this year or even next year. Investors that buy SolarCity must believe that the electric grid will fundamentally change in the next decade, he said.
Ultimately these bullish actions could mean the hatred for long-term growth stories is finally over. And if that's the case, Cramer says investors may have finally found a group that can withstand the difficult month of August.