There's growing rhetoric in the market that Jim Cramer just doesn't like. And he thinks it could do serious harm – to you!
The commentary stems from concern about the Fed's bond buying program known on the Street as QE.
The program has largely been cited as a major catalyst behind the market's gains. That is, because QE drives interest rates so low, investors who would otherwise not invest in the market feel compelled to buy stocks in their quest for yield.
Largely the rhetoric Cramer doesn't like involves people who prognosticate dire consequences when the Fed stops buying bonds.
"These people scare me," he said.