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Finally, there's PayPal. The ultimate tech in the financial business. PayPal is run by the visionary Dan Schulman, whom I hope you met when we did our spring teach in, stock was at 74 then. It's at 93. Not bad. Not bad, killed a Saturday, but you didn't really kill it, when you think about that. I hope to see it that full where I think we can make some more money at our full gathering.

Jim Cramer: PayPal is just beginning to monetize VenMo, which my kids use. My daughter loves it, and she sends all these emojis telling her where she is. I mean, I don't know, I don't want everyone to know where I am. But she does. Now remember, Dan's plan is to become the banker for the two billion people who are un-banked, but have a cell phone. It's visionary, it's missionary, I think it's gonna work. In the interim, he will just keep making money off PayPal. I think the stock is a much better opportunity, and not of square, even though I like square. I think the square was down yesterday. Heaven forbid if that stock's down two days in a row.

Jim Cramer: Square's up, I think park was a big short squeeze, PayPal doesn't have that kind of a power bog move. All right, the industrials. We like the sector. And not just because we think the Chinese, the nemesis of the group, are going to cave. We like them because the world is still growing, and you want to be in them if you are going to profit from an economic expansion. No, it isn't as self evident as it was before President Trump decided to fight back, but the group still makes sense.

In the September Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Jim Cramer reiterates his admiration for PayPal (PYPL - Get Report) and why 

"PayPal [is] the ultimate tech in the financial by the visionary Dan Schulman," he said.

The company is beginning to monetize Venmo, slowly and methodically, said Cramer, which is part of the reason he believes it offers more opportunity than Square.

Listen now to hear why.

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