NEW YORK ( TheStreet) --"We don't have a traditional bull market, we've got a rolling set of mini bull markets," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Tuesday. He said that unlike a traditional bull market, where everything rallies in unison, this bull market is like a relay race, with one sector handing off the rally baton to the next.
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Divergent PathsIn the "Off The Charts" segment, Cramer went head to head with colleague Dan Fitzpatrick over the charts of two health care stocks, Abbott Labs ( ABT), a stock which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
Playing the Weak DollarIn the "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer welcomed Michael Johnson, chairman and CEO of Herbalife ( HLF), to the show to discuss his company's current outlook. Johnson said that with 80% of Herbalife's sales taking place internationally, his company has been benefiting from the weaker dollar. He said while he and the company is not anti-American in any way, the weaker dollar definately benefits Herbalife shareholders. Turning to growth, Johnson said the company just launched in Vietnam, a country with 87 million people that are looking for both great meals and supplements, and a great way to make extra money in trying times. When asked about the company's performance in a time of high unemployment, Johnson noted that Herbalife just changed their model, giving more of the company's distributors access to deeper discounts, which, in turn, has helped to raise the amount of business generated by individual distributors. Cramer remained bullish on Herbalife, saying that the company has $250 million is cash and no debt, and have been returning money and value to its shareholders. He called Johnson "money in the bank."