Cramer: International Stocks Are Going to Drive This Market

As we head into earnings season, the cloud will be thick with "how is it possibles," as in, "how it is possible with President Trump so stymied, how is it possible with so little growth, and how is it possible with the Fed letting the air out of the balloon" for us to rally?

There are never clear answers. For example, so much of what we hear is filled by ideologues masking as truth brokers. Does anyone really still think that a Fed that is raising rates is still causing stocks to rally? You have to anticipate that the day isn't far away where the Fed will be perceived to be the enemy of stocks. Does anyone who has studied the matter at hand believe that the earnings are chimerical or that stocks are incredibly expensive if, indeed, the estimates for individual stocks are met or beaten?...429 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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