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Outrage of the Day: PhDs and Academics

"Somebody, please, stop the Nobel Prize winners! These guys have become completely toxic to the market!” said Cramer on Tuesday, pointing out the likes of Nobel winner Paul Krugman, who is saying the rally is wrong and a rapid recovery is unlikely.

Cramer’s most recent outrage is on the academics who are judging the markets from afar, instead of living in the trenches, or actually being in a position to do something about it. In fact, he says many of them are making things worse!

For Cramer’s full outrage, watch the video!


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