Cramer talks to the altruistic CEO of Salesforce and the outspoken CEO of T-Mobile.
Do the markets really know what they're doing? Cramer thinks not.
Cramer likes Agenus, would take some profits in Shake Shack and prefers AT&T to Windstream.
Intel is distancing itself somewhat from the PC while Restoration Hardware is shaking up home decor, Cramer says.
How could everything that was loved last week be hated this week? Cramer asks.
Cramer is avoiding Peabody Energy and Royal Dutch Shell while taking a longer-term view on Whole Foods Markets.
Core Labs sees higher oil prices coming, Commerce Bancshares is doing well with oil prices low and Cramer recommends Qlik Technologies.
There are still plenty of companies doing well this quarter and investors need to take advantage of the opportunities when they see them, Cramer says.
Cramer continues to support Domino's, Skechers and Snap-on, which all exceeded his expectations.
Cramer isn't backing away from Cypress Semiconductor, thinks Noble Energy is doing a good job and prefers Wells Fargo to First Horizon National.