Despite problems in several sectors, "This is all business as usual," Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Monday. "One by one, these objections will be dealt with and the picture will emerge rosier."

Some stocks are having a difficult time. "Homebuilders are facing problems as orders shrink and costs grow," Cramer said.

In addition, healthcare is falling apart with

Wal-Mart

(WMT) - Get Report

trying to get rid of competitors' margins in generic drugs. People can't own

Medco

(MHS)

or

Cardinal

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right now, Cramer said.

Oil service stocks are still down, too, as are cyclical stocks, he said. And banks are down because of housing defaults.

However, "People are too negative and need to learn to be more positive," Cramer said.The homebuilders are ready to go higher, Cramer said, adding that he needs people in the market right now, not out of it.

In addition, over the weekend, Cramer said he was reading a Goldman Sachs upgrade of

Darden Restaurants

(DRI) - Get Report

.

Darden reported an "amazing quarter" and the company's Olive Garden division is probably "the best it's ever been," Cramer said.

Similarly, although people thought

General Mills

(GIS) - Get Report

was going to "fall apart," it also reported an "amazing quarter" because its biggest cost - energy -- is going down, he said.

Alcan

(AL) - Get Report

is the No. 1 aluminum producer in the world and "a great company," but "it keeps getting trashed," Cramer said.

It's so easy to see this stock roll over, that Cramer said he wonders whether the short game was ever this easy before.

Alcan is a well-run company and its business is "super," he said. It's doing everything right, yet Cramer still wants people to sell the stock down here.

"Cyclicals are not done going down," Cramer said. "They are getting halved."

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