At the top of Monday's "Mad Money" program Jim Cramer talked about what was driving the stock market to new highs. Cramer told his viewers that it isn't trade talks or the Federal Reserve, it's demand. The companies that have demand are in demand, and those that don't, don't. Housing was in demand as it accounts for 15% of our economy, Cramer said. And when you add in all the ancillary businesses, including retail and payment processors such as Visa Inc. (V) , housing counts for a lot more than it appears. Let's check out the charts and indicators of V to see if the fundamentals and the trends line up.
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