"There’s just a ton to like about this company, which managed to reverse a niggling trend towards sliding down the day after it reports," the "Mad Money" host said on Monday.
"It looks like Alphabet’s business is so strong that we don’t have to fret as much as some thought about the $5 billion fine recently handed down by the EU," he said, noting that "European business, by the way, was incredibly strong."
"I think [the fine] might’ve been actually helped," he added. "I think they may be the big winner because of GDPR, that privacy standard that played out in Google’s favor."
But not all was rosy in Monday's trading session. Trade war fears lingered, so Cramer took to the tape to explain how Trump's tariff debacles could actually help stocks. Read his analysis here.