There have also been some tremendous initial public offerings that have produced gains, such as Acacia Communications and Twilio.
"If you bought either of those stocks on my recommendation, I suggest you ring the register on some of your winnings — no need to be greedy," Cramer said.
However, some IPOs have not done so well. At Home Group is the home furnishings super-store that came public two weeks ago at $15 per share, and has barely moved since then.
After researching it thoroughly, Cramer ultimately determined that while he likes the story behind Home, it is still too early. He recommended that it should not be a core holding in anyone's portfolio, but for those who can handle speculation, then they can buy it with their discretionary funds.
One of Cramer's favorite themes currently is the growing demand for cellphone towers around the world. The business model is essentially that a company puts up a cell tower, and then it can lease the space to multiple wireless antenna arrays from various carriers.
Given the competition between Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint for market share, he considers the cell tower companies to be the arms dealers in the battle for subscribers.
American Tower Corp is a real estate investment trust that owns the largest amount of cell towers in the world, with more than 144,000. Cramer noted the rapid growth occurring overseas, with huge increases in data traffic and need for more towers.
He spoke with American Tower's Chairman and CEO Jim Taiclet, who explained that most of India still uses second generation equipment, while the U.S. is on third generation equipment. However, once Apple begins to sell iPhones in India, it could present a tremendous growth opportunity for the future.
"We are the leading independent tower company in India. A country with 1.3 billion people, about four times as many as the U.S. So, there is a lot of upside," Taiclet said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
XPO Logistics: "I don't know. When you own XPO, you just have Brad Jacobs [CEO] on it. The stock was dramatically lower, they reported a great quarter and the stock has gone higher. Now it is resting, but I do like it. I think the business is very strong. Jacobs gave us some real good insight."
JetBlue: "I think you hop on the flight, you have a really good time. You watch TV, and then you don't buy the stock. This stock to me does not offer a lot of upside. And that group is very, very painful."