As the market approaches the end of the year, Cramer broke down stocks into the naughty list, and those that could keep playing nice into 2017.
"Not every red-hot stock will continue roaring higher, and I think it is important to use every tool at your disposal to figure out which winners will be able to sustain their momentum and which ones might be in jeopardy," the "Mad Money" host said.
To gain further insight on the charts, Cramer spoke with Tim Collins, a technician and colleague at RealMoney.com to compare the high flying stocks of Broadcom Limited and Teck Resources.
If everything goes well, Collins anticipated that Broadcom could rally above $200 by February. If the stock fails to break out, he thinks it could resume trading in the old range with a floor of support around $167.
Analog Devices is the designer of chips used in various end markets that include cars, aerospace and defense, consumer products and the internet of things.
Analog also announced it would buy Linear Technology for $14.8 billion over the summer, and even as it hasn't closed on the transaction, the company still managed to blow out earnings on a top and bottom line when it reported a month ago.
Cramer spoke with Analog's CFO David Zinsner, who outlined the changes that could trickle into the industry when Trump takes office.
"I think that everything he talks about when it relates to the U.S. economy and trying to stimulate the U.S. economy is going to be good, and we … a lot into the industrial infrastructure space. If that stimulates then certainly that's going to be positive for us." Zinsner said. "As to the other initiatives he's got going, I don't know, I think we have to wait and see how that goes."
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few stocks from callers:
Johnson Controls: "I like that one for here with the whole Trump program. Trump stock, I would be a buyer."
Biogen: "This is really interesting. Biogen last night announced the CEO, which meant therefor it was not for sale. The stock went down $10, then we got to know the CEO. We like the stock, it's up $6. My take is don't buy."