Finally, Cramer admits he has done a fair amount of bad-mouthing as the host of "Mad Money" over the years, but on Wednesday he celebrated two executives that led their companies to new highs.
"Dave Cote, who retired last Thursday from Honeywell at right about the all-time high of the stock, and Ron Shaich, who just sold Panera Bread for a monster-good $315 per share, both deserve to have their numbers retired. These guys should be given a place of respect for other CEOs to aspire to," Cramer said.
In Cramer's lightning round, he flew through his takes on some caller favorite stocks:
Omeros Corporation: "This is another one that's just spiked. It's incredibly hot. It's never made any money. It has almost no revenue. It does have some money in the bank. But it's got a great pipeline. It's a total spec, but honestly, at this spike at $16, I've got to tell you, don't buy."
Zions Bancorporation: "I like Zion bank stock. It does need two rate hikes, but I do like it very much. It's one of the more interesting down-and-out banks that I think can come back."
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