Following a 300 down day in the DOW this CNBC talking head says to buy.
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I am taking an end of the year holiday vacation so there will be no podcast today or next week.
Cramer says "the cheap stocks are going to bounce" and we are "stronger" than countries overseas so you need to buy.
"How could policymakers have allowed so much debt to be created in the first place, and then failed to regulate their own system accordingly?"
Jim Cramer is under fire - not for what he says on CNBC, because he is saying EXACTLY what his corporate sponsors want, but because of his other life as the CEO of TheStreet.com.
So look at what people are doing now when it comes to the US stock market and with gold in the futures market and you see what is happening.
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Jeff Macke speaks for himself.
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This is the mentality of those buying stocks now.
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These five stocks in the Nasdaq 100 are very troubled and will crush many people, because they are widely owned.
"Digital music sales on iTunes had declined 13 percent to 14 percent since the start of the year."
"The VIX has dropped more than 10 percent in each of the past three days, the first time that’s ever happened. The gauge fell 0.9 percent to 15.94 at 10:26 a.m. in New York."
There have been calls on TV and in the financial press for calls of a new money printing operation to bailout US stock investors who own stocks in an overvalued and wobbly stock market.
Shares of Wal-Mart and Netflix fell yesterday after they reported earnings. The two stocks can teach us two lessons.
The stock market is not falling because of ebola. It is falling because the herd is totally useless and gets crazed at times.
No one seems to be worried about anything at all.
I did this podcast last night without interviewing anyone. With the big changes taking place in the stock market I wanted to just talk to you directly about the market myself.
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The stock market has become a bit of a joke anyway and all you can now is a laugh at it. When you sit on a seat of the titanic and see an iceberg on the horizon that is all there is left to do.
Thomas Lee, Fundstrat head of research, came on CNBC Monday morning to make the silly claim that the S&P 500 is going to 2,100 by the end of the year.