Cramer's Top 5: High-Growth IPOs

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here's Jim Cramer's top five stocks from Monday's "Mad Money."

What makes for a great IPO? Jim Cramer told his "Mad Money" TV show viewers that in this market, a good IPO need fast growth and little debt, along with a solid management team. Here are five recent IPOs that Cramer said had what it takes:

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Workday ( WDAY): Cramer said this stock outperformed because it is a fast-growing cloud play with strong revenue growth and a solid management team.

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Realogy ( RLGY): Cramer said this IPO was also a fast grower as well as a pure play on a housing recovery.

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Kythera Biopharmaceuticals ( KYTH): Cramer said this biotech company not only has huge market opportunities, it's also well-capitalized.

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Intercept Pharmaceuticals ( ICPT): Cramer said this was another biotech with lots of upside growth but it also benefits from making drugs that have orphan drug protection.

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Shutterstock ( SSTK): Cramer said this company is also a cloud play of sort and is one of only a handful of players in its space.

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