Cramer says one of the hottest themes on Wall Street is not stemming from complicated investing theory or sophisticated spreadsheet calculations — it's coming from your selfie stick.
On average, approximately 1 million selfies are taken every day for individuals in the 18-to-24-year-old demographic. On Instagram alone, there are 58 million photos with the hashtag of selfie.
"The truth is, vanity has always been the kind of theme you can bank on, but thanks to technology it has gone into overdrive," Cramer said.
Outside of social media companies themselves, Cramer pointed to Allergan, Align Technology, e.l.f. Beauty and Ulta Beauty as winners.
Supermarket and packaged food companies have been hammered this year, thanks to food deflation. However, B&G Foods has been steadily growing its business via a smart series of acquisitions, and the stock has been rewarded, up 40 percent for the year.
B&G Foods got its groove back in late August of last year when it started buying high-quality brands that were being neglected by their parent brands. It bought New York Style and Old London snacks from Chipita, followed by TrueNorth nut clusters and Pirate's brands, the maker of Pirate Booty, for $195 million.
"If you are looking for a safe investment in the beleaguered food space, I think B&G Foods is the way to go," Cramer said.
Cramer recommended to leg into the stock cautiously, as it reports on Thursday and the expectations are high for the company. Buy some before the quarter, and then wait and see how the quarter goes, he said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
MGM Resorts International: "That is Jim Murren, he is a fabulous CEO. We have been behind him ever since he started there. We also like the real estate investment trusts."
Teladoc: "No, stay curious about it, but don't pull the trigger. Why? Because there is too much competition."