NEW YORK ( ETF Expert) -- "I've never seen this in 34 years of investing," quipped TheStreet's Jim Cramer earlier this week.What was Cramer referring to? For the most part, he expressed excitement over the stock market's ability to reward stocks of companies that missed earnings expectations as well as to reward those that beat expectations by not taking profits. In other words, regardless of what a corporation has already achieved or anticipates achieving going forward, investors are buying indiscriminately. Need proof that everything is a winner? Take a look at a three-year chart involving the S&P 100. In bullish rallies, one expects the majority of stocks in a major index like the S&P 100 to gain ground in an uptrend. The percentage of S&P 100 stocks that climb above and stay above a long-term 200-day trendline might be 70%, 80%, maybe even 90%.