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In his "No-Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer expounded on the many things going right at Home Depot (HD - Get Report) , which saw a 7.1% boost in same-store sales this quarter, as well as announcing a stock buyback program.

The company saw broad growth in all categories in all regions of the country and continues to take appliance marketshare from the ailing Sears Holdings (SHLD) .

But beyond increased employment, Home Depot management saw the strength in housing as a driving factor, as well as little impact from the Federal Reserve getting ready to raise interest rates.

That gives the company a long runway of growth ahead, Cramer said. And let's not forget: Home Depot doesn't sell apparel or fashion items and is often not located at the mall.

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