Stop Trading!: Who Needs to Raise Equity?

Companies are raising money through government-backed debt, Cramer said during Tuesday’s Stop Trading!, instead of issuing their own shares. The trend begged the question: Who should be issuing stock to generate capital?

Cramer discussed General Electric, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs as part of larger discussion on raising equity versus still leaning on Washington for help. Watch the video for that, as well as Cramer’s calls on Google and Gilead Sciences .

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