Cramer's 2010 State of the Union Homework
Attention Cramericans! If you're looking to make some Mad Money this year, you better be paying attention to President Obama's State of the Union address. But as always, you should be doing your homework ahead of time. In the past few weeks, Cramer has been talking at length about how the President's policies and rhetoric could move markets, and specific stocks. On a night when the nation will be watching what the President says very carefully, it's important that you prepare yourself for any major developments.
So, do your homework and check out what Cramer has been saying over the past week regarding Obama, the economy and stocks to watch!
Taking Obama Out of the Equation
Cramer reiterated to investors the need to factor in political risk when evaluating different stock sectors.
Cramer: Washington's Next Assault
In this new investing world Cramer looks at each major stock sector and explains what kind of Obama discount or premium it gets, where earnings take a back seat to populist politics.
Cramer: Could Obama Cause a 1,000-point Correction?
Cramer’s Game Plans most often use earnings, analyst meetings and industry conferences as key catalyst, but President Obama’s crackdown on the banks has changed all that.
Cramer: Obama's No Reagan, But Better Than Bush
President Obama used a town-hall meeting in Elyria, Ohio, to push back against critics who claim government is getting too big on his watch.
Cramer: Stocks Outside Obama's Glare
President Obama demanded more regulation for banks, and stocks came down accordingly, with the Dow plummeting 213 points and the S&P 500 losing nearly 2% on Thursday, January 21st.
Is Political Gridlock Good For Business?
Democratic or Republican, Cramer said, investors fear one-party rule because it’s bad for stocks.
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