The financial analyst constitutes a piece that goes into making a wise investment decision, Jim Cramer said on his
"RealMoney" radio show Monday.
Analysts cover a number of companies and then offer their opinion. They are often drivers of what moves stocks, he said.
Jason Bazinet, an analyst that works at Citigroup, is an example of a good analyst. He told market players to buy
when everybody was looking away from it.
But Cobb Sadler, an analyst at Deutsche Bank Securities made a bad move by recommending
, Cramer said.
Cramer told a listener who had written a letter to him that market players will not have a tradeable moment unless the
pauses and won't have an investable moment unless it is finished raising rates.
"We don't have to have the Fed come out and say it's finished raising rates, they just have to say they're pausing" Cramer said. "That's all we need."
Until that happens, Cramer reiterated selling stocks when they are high, and buying them when they are low.
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