Jim Cramer always looks to buy what has already gone up.
CNBC Bubble Heads
For two minutes someone was honest on CNBC.
Warren Buffett has built massive cash reserves despite his always bullish talk for CNBC.
CNBC brings on a guest and attacks them.
A one day bounce brings buy calls on CNBC and the masses eat it up.
Cramer is scapegoating the exact same way he implies Trump is doing.
Now Cramer is begging Janet Yellen to do something new to make the stock market go up.
In this market you go with the insiders and not against them.
Jim Cramer says you must ignore stock market drops and buy stocks.
When the S&P 500 hits 2,000 then bubble bulls beg for no more rate hikes.
There is nothing more exciting than a market gap up before the open and a CNBC talking head calling for a "rip off your face rally" for a bubble bull.
All it takes is a bear market rally for a few days to convince people that the stock market is going to go up forever and that there is no bear market.
Cramer says that Fed will not raise rates, which will cause the dollar to tank and corporate earnings to soar as a result.
Santoli suggests to ignore all past market charts and focus on August 1982 - when the market made a major bottom.
Cramer's segment was utterly shameless.
Cramer said nothing about the weakness of the internals in the stock market, the crazy valuation of the stocks he recommended, or anything to help people deal with the drops that are to come.
This is Fast Money as most stocks are now in a bear market and a few big names remain leading the market. We got a few weeks left in the bull market and this is CNBC.
Luskin declares that P/E's mean nothing and with interest rates low stocks can go up forever.
"Please don't raise interest rates to pop this perceived bubble in valuation..."
What is interesting is that the quality of stocks he is pumping is going down the toilet.
This was the biggest "news" story on CNBC and I posted it on here so that you do not have to watch CNBC all day yourself.
There are moments when everything changes in the stock market. The market has been in a stage three topping phase now since last July when the internals began to breakdown....
People who see the market overvalued, see the Nasdaq go to 5000, see the internal deterioration, see all the signs of trouble, and still cannot sell probably never will.
"It means really that you see… the new economy which we talked about 15 years ago has really become the economy."
This is CNBC.
CNBC celebrates as Nasdaq hits 5,000. The last time it did that was back in 2000.
And these are his top picks for the masses.
This Dennis Gartman interview was a big journalistic scoop for CNBC's bubble girl.
Even if one is bullish after the big bounce there is no reason to panic into stocks and feel like you have to buy right now, because it needs to pause and digest the recent gains to have a sustainable rally from here.
Here is James Cramer on Friday calling a bottom.