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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- You can't keep a good market down, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Tuesday. Despite the many worries, there are simply too many things going right for stocks not to head higher.
Sure, the markets are still fretting over Greece, the Federal Reserve and the soaring dollar, but that doesn't mean we're doomed. There are a host of stocks that have transcended the negatives and are simply soaring.
Case in point, UnitedHealth Group (UNH), a stock Cramer featured last night, up another 2% today. AT&T (T) was also stronger on a host of analyst upgrades, while Facebook (FB), a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS, broke out to the upside, up 3.5%.
Whether it's Under Armour (UA) defying the odds with its seemingly unstoppable celebrity endorsements, or the oil stocks simply refusing to go any lower, stocks are a lot stronger than many would have you believe.
Helen of Who?
Sometimes, the most incredible companies are ones you've never heard of, companies like Helen of Troy (HELE), the consumer packaged-goods maker with brands OXO, Vicks, Pur, Braun and Dr. Scholls.
Cramer said Helen of Troy has been flying under the Wall Street radar for quite some time, but that may be about to change after the company posted two blowout quarters in a row, sending its shares up over 50% for the year.
Helen of Troy has been posting incredible numbers thanks to innovative new products. The company is also making smart acquisitions to boost its bottom line even more as it continues to take market share and aisle space at your local retailers.
This little $2.8 billion company trades at just 17 times earnings, while its larger peers including Clorox (CLX) are fetching 22 times earnings. Cramer said that disparity is about to change because Helen of Troy is an incredibly well-run company that is doing so well it's bound to start attracting some attention.
Lesser-Known Security Stocks
With spending on cyber security continuing to grow like a weed, it's not surprising that cyber security stocks Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and CyberArc (CYBR) are up 48% and 81%, respectively, for the year. But in addition to these well-known stocks, there are a few lesser-known names that investors might want to consider.
Proofpoint (PFPT) is a company that's similar to CyberArc, protecting a network's privileged accounts from attacks by blocking spam and viruses from entering. The company is not yet profitable but expects to break even next year. Shares of Proofpoint are up 39% in 2015 and trade at 8.3 times sales, which is not cheap but still less expensive than its larger peers.
Imperva (IMPV) is in the data protection market, helping companies comply with regulations and making sure security protocols are being followed. Shares are up 37% for 2015 and trade at 8.2 times sales.
Finally, there's Fortinet (FTNT), a more established cyber player that is profitable and growing revenue by 22%. Shares trade at 64 times earnings, which is expensive but still better than the rocketing Palo Alto and CyberArc.
Off the Charts
In the "Off the Charts" segment, Cramer went head to head with colleague Tim Collins over the charts of Wells Fargo (WFC), Facebook and WhiteWave Foods (WWAV), three Action Alerts PLUS names that happen to have some of the best long-term charts out there.
Using a weekly chart of Wells Fargo, Collins noted this stock is trading in a rising wedge formation and likes to stick within an envelope of its eight-week moving average plus or minus 5%. He advised buying Wells below $56 a share.
While shares of Facebook have been consolidating for the past six months, it also likes to stick within an envelope of its eight-week moving average plus or minus 5%. Anytime shares trade above this envelope, as they did today, and it typically signals a strong move to the upside. Cramer gave Facebook a price target of $105 a share.
Finally, there's WhiteWave, a stock making new highs that also trades nicely inside the same envelope model. Once agin, any moves above the envelope often signal strong moves higher. Collins advised buying below $51.40 a share.
Cramer reminded viewers that when the fundamentals and the technical analysis agree, that's the time to take things seriously and do some buying.
No Huddle Offense
In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer pondered what would happen if the price of oil has really bottomed. If that is indeed the case, there are a whole lot of oil stocks that are trading at the same levels as when oil was $15 a barrel lower, making them ripe for a takeover.
ConocoPhillips (COP) would be a bargain as an acquisition, Cramer noted, as would EOG Resources (EOG), an Action Alerts PLUS holding. He said Anadarko Petroleum (APC) and Apache (APA) have ridiculously low valuations, while Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) and Marathon Oil (MRO) would also make great takeover targets.
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