Jim Cramer decided to switch up his research routine on Tuesday. Instead of looking to see what was happening overseas when he woke up at 3:30 a.m., he decided to pretend that the U.S. was an island on its own and focus on corporate data points and companies in the U.S. only to determine how the market would do.
Guess what? It worked!
Simply, Tuesday's market went higher because nothing happened overseas. Greece was quiet; Europe didn't have anything significant and even China had its mouth shut.
That means that investors only had to consider how companies in the United States were doing, and there were so many unexpected gems that they loved.
For instance, Coca-Cola rallied nicely when investors realized it wasn't doing as bad as they thought it was. The real unexpected gem for the day though, was Yelp. This company just disappointed on Friday, and shocked investors when it announced an acquisition and preannounced a revised positive earnings outlook.
"First Solar just announced a very interesting deal with Apple that I think is going to send that stock higher," said the "Mad Money" host.