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Solar Capital: A Shining Investment?

Cramer prides himself on "Mad Money" being the "most interactive show on television."

Last month, Bob in New York asked Cramer about Solar Capital. At the time, Cramer said he liked the financial name, but wanted to learn more about what it invests in. Headquartered in New York City, Solar Capital is known as a business development company. In other words, it provides capital to private middle market companies. The interest it collects allows Solar Capital to pay a 9.9 percent dividend yield.

Cramer likes Solar Capital's huge yield, solid portfolio and management team. To learn more about what the firm is investing in, he spoke with CEO Michael Gross. Watch the videoto see the entire interview.

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