"There is no single piece of data that determines which way the economy is headed," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Monday. He said investors are making a big mistake if they allowed today's unemployment news to outweigh all of the other signs of a global recovery. Is 9.5% unemployment bad for the economy? Cramer said of course it is, but it doesn't take away from Apple's ( AAPL) booming iPhone sales, or the Chinese demand for copper and steel. Unemployment also doesn't undo the effects of record housing affordability, nor $2.30 a gallon gasoline on the heels of $4 gasoline last year, he said.