Lang noted that Himax's strong performance over the past two months has been on high volume, meaning that large buyers are beefing up their positions. This trend was also confirmed by the MACD momentum indicator signaling a bullish crossover and the William's oscillator signaling an extended overbought condition where buyers just can't seem to get enough of the stock. Cramer said that in a troubled market, investors need something to get excited about, and Himax could be that stock. He noted the company has $1 per share in cash and also pays a 2.5% dividend, which will afford it some protection as the markets continue to fall. Cramer said Himax is most definitely a speculative name, but any pullback in the stock may prove to be a great entry point.