Jim Cramer presents his “Seven Deadly Stock Sins,” which he sees on full display on Twitter (TWTR) - Get Report. Doug Kass attends two versions of Woodstock and Helene Meisler explains why she’s not that excited about the S&P 500’s surge to a new high. It's all on Real Money.
Plus, Tim Collins on what we can learn from Warren Buffett’s foray into “gold” and Rev Shark has some lessons on trading with a smaller account.
Jim Cramer: The Seven Deadly Stock Sins (as Seen on Twitter)
Jim Cramer is very active on Twitter, engaging with investors, traders and many followers new to the stock market -- and some of what he sees there is troubling.
What you might be doing wrong could, in the end, hurt you, if not wipe you out if this market turns menacing.
Here are Cramer’s seven deadly stock Tweet sins.
Meisler: Here's What You Missed While Looking Up at the S&P
The S&P 500 reached a new closing high on Tuesday, causing a celebration on financial TV. However, Real Money technical analyst Helene Meisler cautions that the statistics that accompanied the new high were terrible.
Kass: From Woodstock to Wall Street
Doug Kass was there. At Max Yasgur’s farm for the famous Woodstock music festival in 1969.
And in 2013 he grilled Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway's “Woodstock For Capitalists” in Omaha, Nebraska.
Speaking of the Oracle of Omaha…
Collins: Buffett's Gold Move Shows Why We Must Be Willing to Change
Rev Shark: The Challenge of Trading a Smaller Account
The first and foremost issue that small traders face is that they're dealing with a higher level of risk, according to Jim “Rev Shark” DePorre.
Read Rev Shark's investing wisdom here on Real Money.
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