"Forget politics and focus on opportunities," Cramer told viewers of Mad Money Monday evening. The rally in technology isn't over, he said, and some of the biggest values are in recent tech IPOs like Corsair Gaming (CRSR) , which came public on Sept. 23.
Shares of Corsair are already up 10% over the past month, but Cramer said this high-end gaming peripheral maker isn't done. The company has 18% market share in the gaming market and its high-end products are sought after by high-end gamers. While the company is spending a lot on research and development, as well as marketing, it also enjoys robust gross margins.
Cramer said there's a lot to like about Corsair, which has made the difficult transition from a commodity memory supplier into a gaming necessity. The stock currently trades at 25 times next year's earnings, which translates to just 1.4 times sales. That's a lot cheaper than rival Logitech (LOGI) , which trades at 3.6 times sales, he said.
While private equity firm Eagle Tree still has a 78% stake in Corsair, Cramer said he's willing to recommend the company on the strength of the gaming market.