"I've heard people say it's because so many are going to Instagram. These are people who shouldn't be buying stocks because Instagram is owned by Facebook. I know others who say that Snap is going to kill Facebook without realizing that the opposite is a lot more likely," the "Mad Money" host said.
With the Street buzzing about asset manager BlackRock's decision to let machines play the market, Cramer continued to defend stock-picking for individual investors, arguing that some stocks, like Facebook's, are simply too good not to buy out of fear of messing up.
He began with Apple. Its shares are up 24 percent year-to-date and its biggest competitor put out an exploding phone.
Amazon is another one of Cramer's picks for its major disruption of the traditional retail market and its pervasiveness in our lives.
"Ultimately, the only thing that you need to fear about owning stocks is fear itself, the fear that professionals drum into your head that you're way too dumb to put two and two together and pick stocks that are behind the phone you love, those boxes at your door, the application you check endlessly, or the shows you watch even if you cut your cord," Cramer said.