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There should've been a market decline today. It didn't come, and that's a clue things are better than you think, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Tuesday. Stocks should have fallen because of many geopolitical concerns around the globe, Cramer continued, but the market wants to go higher.
Other sectors on the move included tech, cyber security, biotech and the natural winners from political unrest, the defense stocks.
The markets should've been crushed today, Cramer concluded. The fact we saw so many bulls is a very good sign.
Executive Decision: Irwin Simon
For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Irwin Simon, president and CEO of Hain Celestial (HAIN) , the natural and organic food maker that's seen its shares plunge 42% from the 52-week high to near the 52-week low on fears of stagnating sales.
Simon said there's never been more demand for natural and organic foods, but there's also never been as much competition. He said consumers are demanding healthier foods but Hain still needs to spend more on its brands to help spread the word.
Simon is bullish on Hain's outlook, saying gross margins and profits are both on the rise, and the breadth of their strength is stemming from food as well as Hain's personal care, snacks and protein products.
Simon reminded viewers that healthy eating is not fad and is a trend that's here to stay. Cramer agreed.