Dig down into the market and Cramer said there's something remarkable underway. "In fact, there are three things happening," he said, "that I have almost never seen happen in my 34 years of investing."
Cramer believes events are not only noteworthy but they probably should inform the way in which you invest, going forward.
Here are the forces currently at work underneath this market:
1. No Sell Off On Good News
Typically, when a stock runs up into its earnings report, investors will often take profits when the company issues its release.
"How many times have you heard people on CNBC talk about a stock that sold off on good news. That is, profit-takers emerged and rang the register," said Cramer.
That kind of investing behavior tends to be the norm, with pros believing that expectations are already so high in the market, it would be nearly impossible to impress Wall Street further.
However, Cramer said that's not happening right now. In fact it's just the opposite.
"Take Whole Foods," Cramer said. "Here's a company that had languished in the low to mid 80s. Then, ten days before the company reported, Whole Foods broke out, ramping from $88 to $92. That's a huge move ahead of a quarter. Sure enough, Whole Foods reported a good quarter but did the profit takers come in? Nope. The stocks soared ten points."
"That's a totally shocking development when compared to what's been happening for so many years now," Cramer added.