With a snap of a Fed finger, companies are ready to tighten up. Don't worry, Jim Cramer has his fans covered.
The Federal Reserve ended its quantitative easing program on Wednesday, and in return people sold their stocks.
Yes, there are always some jitters about what the Federal Reserve will do. But we all knew this would happen eventually, and the market quick reaction should not be a surprise. But then again, that is the problem.
"There's always some knucklehead who didn't expect the most widely telegraphed Fed action in recent memory to actually happen, and that's the source of today's lunacy," Cramer said.