NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "We don't know what the future will bring," was Jim Cramer's lesson to the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Monday, as he opined on the litany of things the markets are beginning to worry about and what investors should do about it.
Cramer reminded viewers that big news isn't always big news for stocks, especially for individual stocks. Thats why until something actually happens, it's hard to know just how it will impact the markets, if at all, he said.To be sure, Cramer said, there are market implications if the newly-released federal budget, and accompanying deficits, gets passed. There are also serious implications for a unruly default in Greece. Expiring tax cuts will impact some stocks, said Cramer, and the rising tensions between Israel and Iran will impact others. But for the vast majority of stocks, all of these worries won't matter at all, said Cramer. And for investors to worry about them before that happen is just plain madness. "We can't predict how any of these things will impact individual stocks," he said, recalling at favorite line from his old hedge fund days. "What does that have to do with the earnings of Bristol Myers-Squibb (BMY)?" Cramer said for stocks like Apple (AAPL - Get Report), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust,