CNBC's Jim Cramer always wants investors to be skeptical, not complacent, and question when the market seems like it's running too far too fast. But he's having a high-quality problem.
"Every time I feel like saying, 'Thank goodness Larry David's coming back, because you need to curb your enthusiasm for this market,' something good happens and makes me like it all over again," the "Mad Money" host said.
Several years ago, the market wouldn't have budged, writing the potential merger off as anti-competitive and anti-consumer, Cramer said.
But under a new, pro-business administration, Wall Street seems to have embraced the idea of mergers of this scope occurring under President Donald Trump.
"We'd be blind to ignore the large number of takeovers that are now occurring each week, and, perhaps more important, like the potential Sprint-T-Mobile combination, I think the Trump administration may bless every one of them," Cramer said.