Jim Cramer sees both senior and junior growth stocks as losers right now.
"These stocks are too visible to break down without causing the entire tape to look heavy. It is as if they have a grave responsibility to the entire market, and they are doing nothing but letting us down," the "Mad Money" host said.
Cramer noted that on a bad day, Disney's stock always looks like it is on a verge of a big break. The same goes for Nike and Starbucks, he said. Occasionally these stocks will dazzle, but will resume their decline a session or two later.
"It is torture. It seems like none of these rallies ever get you back to even. Tantalize and then crush," Cramer said.