Cramer: A Confounding Market

This has become a "you must be kidding me" market. Usually I am glued to the close as we prepare "Mad Money" each night. I never like to feel "away" from what's going on, because it is possible that I'll have to rip up the top of the show if things get wild. You can't afford to have a show that doesn't address a big move.

But Tuesday I did the show from outside the NYSE instead of Englewood Cliffs, N.J., and I was without wireless so I couldn't follow things -- so I was stung by the last-minute close. I had been working my Washington channels -- which, I admit, are meager vs. others -- and could only come up with negatives. In other words, nothing was expected to happen in Washington in the next 48 hours. So I was thinking that this market should stay down at the close, be subdued, without any new information....367 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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