"I do think the market's going to be up substantially today," Jim Cramer said on Tuesday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC. "I think this rally is better than the usual bear market rally."

He pointed to positive developments such as Verizon's ( VZ) great quarter and the settling of the Boeing ( BA) strike, which he said was also good news Honeywell ( HON).

Cramer thought good things might even be in store for NYSE Euronext ( NYX), which has had an "amazing fall" after going up huge when it first went public. "This is probably emblematic of the market. It has probably been the worst stock in history," he said. "I have to believe, even this one can bounce."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.

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