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CNBC Mad Money host Jim Cramer said investors who try to outsmart Warren Buffett are “in for a real bruising.”
Warren Buffett dumped his shares in the big 4 airline stocks in April, but they have surged in recent weeks, leading many to question whether the famed investor had got it wrong.
Markets tanked on Thursday including the big four airline stocks. The Dow Jones dropped more than 1800 points.
Cramer thinks Nvidia, AMD, Broadcom, Paypal, Nike, Apple and Facebook are good stocks to invest in.
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Jim Cramer is not too sympathetic to investors after Wall Street’s bitter Thursday sell-off.
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