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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Josh Silverman, CEO of the online marketplace Etsy (ETSY - Get Report) , which saw its shares fall 4.5% after the company reported strong earnings that included a top- and bottom-line beat. Shares of Etsy were up 50% for the year going into this quarter's results.

Silverman explained that Etsy stands for special, and is the antidote to commodity online shopping experiences. The company boasts 1.9 million sellers that offer 50 million handmade items to the site's 30 million buyers around the globe. Last year, the company sold $1 billion worth of goods overseas.

Silverman added that Etsy is becoming a virtuous circle as it grows. Sellers appreciate Etsy's platform that allows them to focus on what they love, making things. Meanwhile, the additional sellers attract even more buyers to the service. Etsy allows individuals to build their businesses right from their living room.

In addition to its artistic nature, Etsy is also a technology powerhouse, using the latest in machine learning to choose the best items for every user while they're searching.

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