NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The Federal Reserve once again announced on Tuesday that it will hold interest rates low, a move Jim Cramer said he supports on Tuesday's Stop Trading! segment on CNBC. During the Stop Trading! segment, Cramer said the Fed will keep interest rates low until people start getting hired. " Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is smarter and more rigorous than the bears think," Cramer said. "He is a great student of history. He remembers '28-'29 when they did the wrong thing.... There are other Feds that folded in the face of deflation and those are the Feds that we look back on and say 'what were they thinking'." "There are historical examples where people wanted the Fed to get tough and it turned into a disaster," Cramer continued. But Bernanke used the word "depressed" to describe the housing market. Cramer said Bernanke is very mindful, and that by using the word "depressed" he signaled that the Fed won't bring mortgage rates up to 6% or 7%. "He won't wreck the housing market like that. There are so many more houses than we need." So how do you play the current market? "If you think healthcare is stalled; in gridlock ... buy everything," Cramer said. But there is also no harm in waiting it out since there are plenty of opportunities out there, Cramer said. In a busy Stop Trading! on a busy day in the markets, Cramer noted that retail and railroads, for example, are breaking out, making it both an industrial and consumer market.