Cramer Begs Janet Yellen Not To Raise Interest Rates (05/07/2015)
"Look, everyone's entitled to their own opinion, but that doesn't mean I think everyone should express that opinion, especially when that person in question happens to run the Federal Reserve," the "Mad Money" host said.
"So, Ms. Yellen, if you really think stocks are too expensive, raise those margin requirements. But please don't raise interest rates to pop this perceived bubble in valuation because the two often have nothing to do with each other," Cramer added.
Cramer told his audience after ranting about Yellen to buy stocks.
To him valuations do not matter at all.
Notice not once did he try to disagree with her and explain why they are not high.
Nor did he make note of that after she said that in her talk she then qualified it by saying that maybe they make sense with zero rates.
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