Jim Cramer: Only the Fed Can Stop the Economy From Getting Stronger

We've got vast confusion right now. So many stocks have run that might have to pull back if Jay Powell says things are too hot. So many tech companies have seen tremendous multiple expansion, which doesn't work as a concept if inflation is heating up as the Producer Price Index says is the case.

At the same time we are seeing the Amazons (AMZN) of the world keeping costs down so that the producer spike doesn't translate into a consumer spike. The endless rallying in the companies that are e-commerce related shows you how fast the deflationary forces are spreading, something that was abundantly clear when I spoke to Cisco's (CSCO) Chuck Robbins last night. Boy oh boy is that stock cheap, something I communicated to the team this very morning on the eve of the call....183 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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