- According to Cramer SEC is going to sweep the totality out of market.
- Bitcoin (BTC) price has topped by $17000.
- Inverse Cramer can be used with shitcoin and dead currencies.
Just yesterday, Jim Cramer was warning investors to “get out of crypto immediately” because the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was going to “sweep the totality” out of the market.
The impact of the power granted by Inverse Cramer may be seen very instantly. On this day, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) topped $17,000, the price of Ethereum (ETH) surpassed $13,000, and all altcoins cryptocurrencies are at their all-time high in less than a month. In other words, the markets did not experience a “Santa bounce” or a “New Year’s rally;” rather, they were pumped owing to Cramer’s wishful thinking. Santa bounces and New Year’s rallies are terms that refer to price increases that occur during the holiday season.
On the 24th of December, Cramer said that he wouldn’t contact Litecoin (LTC) and Solana (SOL) “in 1,000,000 years” and requested that all of the holders gather together. There were, however, many who disagreed with Cramer’s views. Some speculated that Cramer had undergone a transformation, while others questioned whether or not Cramer’s magic was still the same.
According to one post on Reddit’s discussion, the Inverse Cramer can be used with “shitcoin” and “other dull currencies.” Since Cramer advised you to get out of the stock, the price of SOL has soared by 20% every single day, and in just two weeks, it has increased by almost 50% from where it was when you first bought it.
If you want to invest, Cramer says you shouldn’t take advice from your financial advisor (FA), an influencer, or your mother, but you can always count on some Cramer magic.
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