So if the market keeps on rallying, what the heck is going on with the CBOE Volatility Index?
The VIX shows the fear for the market's expectation of 30-day volatility. The idea is that a low VIX is good news, because it indicates a low amount of fear of an inflammatory market.
So here is the issue: The volatility index is at historically low levels right now, at $12.25, and that's great … right? Maybe. What is strange is that the S&P ended near record highs on Tuesday, yet the VIX is more than two points higher than where it was the last time the S&P was making new highs.
To find out what is going on, Cramer went off the charts with Mark Sebastian, technician and founder of OptionPit.com to find out why traders are less comfortable with this rally. Sebastian thinks it is a simple answer: U.S. markets have a lot of noise around them right now.
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Whenever Cramer sees a rookie IPO surging, he likes to investigate it a bit further, as is the case with Dave & Busters Entertainment. This part restaurant, part bar, part gaming center company surged 8 percent on its first day of trading and has gone up 27 percent since then.
"I think Dave & Busters is better than average and it deserves to trade at a premium, but I also recognize that at a restaurant slash entertainment play, it's somewhat difficult for money managers to categorize, which means it's less likely to get sponsorship from the Wall Street promotion machine," Cramer added.
So while it could be difficult to categorize, Cramer still thinks it is a good stock for investors to add to their shopping list going into the New Year. He foresees it could keep on going higher.
Another stock that Cramer thinks is headed higher, is Hain Celestial Foods. He has been a big proponent of the organic and natural food movement, and finally everyone is getting on board. Even Wal-Mart!
That is why Hain, the king of organic and natural foods, has roared up 13 percent in the past three months.
Cramer thinks the maker of popular brands such as Celestial Seasonings, Earth's Best, Terra and Garden of Eatin' and many more, could have more room to run. The "Mad Money" host is surprised that it hasn't been snapped up yet by a larger player in the industry.
To find out more, the "Mad Money" host sat down with Hain CEO Irwin Simon on Tuesday. Will Thanksgiving bring higher sales for Hain?
"It is amazing what I am seeing in the consumer today. How they want wellness, how they want health. They are willing to spend the extra dollars. One of the number one things selling at Whole Foods is organic turkeys. We will sell 1.5 million turkeys that are antibiotic free and organic," noted Simon.