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    Cramer taking a shot at those lucky day traders that were millionaires a few days ago. He's right. Selling won't stop until new money comes in to buy from institutions.

    With NAAIM at 90%+ invested, there isn't a massive amount of cash on the sideline to catch the fall like March.

    I think the answer is in margin selling, and we are in the thick of it. The newbies only know that stocks go up. I suspect that many are thinly capitalized.

    You are always looking for signs of a top. I think that Wednesday, when Barstool's Davey Day Trade put up a picture of the new millionaires that may have been it. Of course, I counseled taking something off the table, but that is forbidden in the newbie world.

    The newbies cannot stem the decline and the "suits," as David Portnoy calls them, are so far away from where they would buy -- so many stocks trading at times sales when they would be expensive at times earnings, that you just can sit back and watch it fall to better levels.
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    Trying to help the young experts, but I don't think they are listening.

    “When we rebound from this sell-off ... I’m insisting you take something off the table ... because it’s rational” to do so, the “Mad Money” host said.
    Rotations take time. It won't be over with in a few days.

    “We’re witnessing a rotation that’s all about a return to normalcy,” including to airlines, restaurants and retailers, Cramer said. Institutional investors “swap into companies that thrive when the economy accelerates, the cyclicals. Problem is, tech’s gotten so big and the cyclicals have gotten so small that this rotation’s crushing the averages.”
    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/08/jim-...source=twitter

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    I agree with some of this and disagree with others. Not sure why I would want to shift into restaurants and airlines when they are probably going to be operating at losses for at least the next few months still. A lot of tech stocks are overpriced from a P/E ratio perspective, but still seem like the best asset class to be in to me.


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    Cramer to investors: If Congress approves a stimulus bill, ‘you can’t be out of this market’

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    “If we get a stimulus package and you’re out of the market, you will feel awful,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Thursday.

    “I do feel the stimulus package is very hard to get, ” he said. “But if we do get it, you can’t be out of this market.”

    However, the “Mad Money” host advised investors that it might be wise to take profits in high-flying technology stocks.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/17/jim-...-stimulus.html
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    Jim Cramer recommends buying Big Tech, dividend stocks into further weakness

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    Investors should expect there to be more selling ahead, CNBC’s Jim Cramer warned Wednesday.

    But the “Mad Money” host said there are pockets of the equity market that are worth buying.

    He said stocks like Apple, Microsoft and Amazon are buys if they face more weakness, while dividend-paying stocks like PepsiCo and General Mills can be bought now.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/23/jim-...-weakness.html
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    Cramer says ‘I wouldn’t bet against this market right now,’ holds out hope for more stimulus

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    CNBC’s Jim Cramer said he’s optimistic about negotiations for another Covid relief package for the economy.

    “Talks this morning could be fruitful, and I think that therefore I wouldn’t bet against this market right now,” the “Mad Money” host said.

    “The fact that there are still talks at this late date is very positive,” Cramer said.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/05/cram...-possible.html
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