NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Days like this one are why we stay in the game," Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Thursday. But are the bull's days numbered? Are the markets about to take a nosedive? Cramer took aim at the naysayers and replied "absolutely not." According to the latest round of fear and skepticism, the bears have drawn an eerie correlation between recent market action and that of 1929, where after the great crash, the markets rallied 46% in 147 days, a so-called "dead cat bounce," before sliding 85% over the next two years. But Cramer called any correlation between now and 1929 "backwards logic." He said that in 1929, the worst was yet to come, while today, the worst is clearly already behind us.