Like it or not, Cramer also found some stunning similarities among the reactions to Donald Trump's electoral win, the tenure of Ronald Reagan in 1980 and Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan's actions in 1991.
"I reach back to those two incidents because they led to growth spurts that brought people back to the stock market in drives," Cramer said. "They changed the perception of the asset class from negative to positive … and I think that could be exactly what is happening right now."
Cramer couldn't help but notice a change in the stock market since the election of Trump. There is a sense of optimism about stocks that extends to both Republicans and Democrats, he said. Whether investors love or hate him, they are buying stocks.
While Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff backed Hillary Clinton in this year's presidential race, he says he is looking forward to the future with President-elect Donald Trump in the White House.
"I'm not a Republican. And I'm not a Democrat either. You know that I view myself just as an American. And I'm looking forward to a great future," Benioff said.
Benioff also said that he believes Twitter played an instrumental role in electing the new president. What he is most excited about is that the election is now over, allowing the country to move forward together.
"I certainly respect the results and the will of the American people … I respect democracy. And I want to move forward with an open heart and an open mind," Benioff said.