Is it game over for equities? "Absolutely not," said Jim Cramer on Tuesday's broadcast. But before you put money to work in the market broadly, the Mad Money host said that one of two things needs to happen.
"We have to get to a resolution on the fiscal cliff - or we have to reach a point where the market no longer expects a resolution."
The former you know. But the latter?
Although a compromise would be the best possible outcome, for investors it wouldn't be bad if the market simply accepts the fiscal cliff, that is the confluence of tax increases and spending cuts that take effect in January.
"Once that is baked into the market, then the glass goes form being half full to being half empty," he said.
What's so bullish about that? "The market will become much more immune to disappointment, Cramer said
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