There's a new semiconductor company in town, and Cramer was so impressed, he's calling it the "Intel of this generation."
NVIDIA is the maker of powerful graphics chips for PCs used by gamers. It supplies the components for the connected car, the internet of things, the data center, cloud and artificial intelligence.
It basically has exposure to most of the hot end markets in technology.
The success showed in the numbers, as NVIDIA delivered a strong quarter on Friday. This led Cramer to believe it's now more than a chipmaker. It is a hybrid play on graphics cloud-based artificial intelligence solutions for enterprise.
"I think that makes NVIDIA the defining semiconductor story of this generation, which is why I believe it's got more room to run. Although, ideally, you should wait for a pullback here before you pull the trigger," Cramer said.
Another technology play on Cramer's radar is Talend, the software company that helps to integrate data and applications in real-time across traditional, modern cloud or big data environments.
Talend's platform lets customers see a unified view of how their businesses are doing and what their customers want.
Cramer last spoke with Talend when it was privately held. However, it came public at the end of July. The company reported a strong quarter last Thursday, with a narrower than expected loss, 40 percent revenue growth and optimistic guidance for the next quarter.
Talend's CEO Mike Tuchen spoke with Cramer on Tuesday, who explained that with more things measurable than ever before, big data has grown in importance.
"Right now, companies are trying to do more and more decision-making based on data, not heuristics, not gut feel. And they are doing that because the world is becoming more and more digitized," Tuchen said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Buffalo Wild Wings: "I like what the activists are saying. I do like the company, I think the company is going to enjoy better times now post-election. That's what Zoe's Kitchen said, so my answer is, let her ride!"
Spark Energy: "If we are going to go down into the retail energy business, then we are going to go and we are going to stick with Chevron. I'm not kidding, because we want that power."