Finally, Cramer turned to FMC Corporation, a diversified chemical company with a stock that has climbed almost 50 percent since the "Mad Money" host recommended it in January.
"From the beginning, ever since I started recommending FMC, I've argued that this is an overlooked company with a stock that simply doesn't get the respect it deserves from Wall Street. Even after its recent run, that's still true," Cramer said.
From its fast-growing lithium business to its deal with DuPont for that company's crop protection business, FMC has a lot going for it, Cramer contended.
Pierre Brondeau, FMC's president, chairman and CEO, responded to CNBC's request for comment on Cramer's piece in an email.
"We're excited about where we are today and more importantly about the opportunities ahead of us," Brondeau wrote. "Our transaction with DuPont crop protection will fundamentally reposition our Agricultural Solutions business as an innovation-led tier-one Agricultural technology company. The acquisition will significantly enhance our portfolio with strong IP protection, world-class innovation capabilities, and a strong pipeline of active ingredients that will feed new product introductions over the next decade and beyond. We expect FMC to be one of the fastest growing crop protection companies in the years to come."
Brondeau added that it was gratifying to see investors and commentators support management's initiatives.
"We are equally excited about our Lithium business, which is a leading supplier of high-value specialty lithium products. FMC is investing across our product lines to increase capacity in order to respond to strong market demand for our products. Additionally, we believe that spinning off this business as an independent company in 2018 will unlock shareholder value. We think the next several years promise to be among the most exciting in FMC's nearly 135 year history," the CEO wrote.
And for now, Cramer was on board with FMC's prospects.
"Just because FMC's stock has climbed relentlessly higher, that doesn't mean you've missed a thing. I'm not kidding," Cramer said. "[There's] a lot of value creation still to come. If you don't already own FMC, I suggest waiting for the next big market-wide pullback, and then do some buying."