Savvy market watchers use volatility to fatten their portfolios with bargain stocks. But CNBC's Jim Cramer warns that this might not be the best move.
"If we get more strength tomorrow, I think you should use it to take some profits and re-position rather than getting all excited and going all in," the "Mad Money" host said on Wednesday.
"I don't want you to give up and go home, let alone sell everything," Cramer said. "But there are very good reasons to be concerned here."
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