With the averages closing in the red yet again on Monday, Jim Cramer reminded investors that there are always two sides to every coin.
"We always remember the first side, but we tend to forget the latter at the drop of a hat, which is a big reason why we got slammed today," the "Mad Money" host said.
The first topic that weighed on the averages on Monday was oil, as it threatened to take out the $43 level where it has bottomed several times before. But this time the decline feels pretty nasty to Cramer as the big dogs like Exxon, Chevron and Royal Dutch reiterated negative chatter when they reported last week.
Not only that, but Iran came out over the weekend and said that the moment the sanctions were lifted they will immediately increase output by 500,000 barrels and another 1 million in a month.
Basically, oil and oil stocks are both headed down. But should investors freak out about that?
Not necessarily, as most companies benefit from cheaper oil. The airlines, restaurants and retailers are all bouncing back just like they did last time.
"There is no doubt in my mind that lower gasoline is a major victory for consumers who are hungry for good news. So what's negative for 10 percent of the S&P 500 is, I think, a major positive for about 30 percent of the S&P," Cramer said.
However, there was one stock that no one seemed to be able to help. That was Sun Edison, which was down almost 4 percent on Monday. Cramer commented that even President Obama wouldn't be able to help this one.