- a group of stocks that's likely to see growth;
- what's so wrong with the market right now; and
- why we want to see a failure now.
Ag Stocks Are Twice-BlessedOriginally published on Jan. 14 at 10:38 a.m. EST What makes so many of the day-to-day crowd of traders sick is the endless run in the same names: Agrium ( AGU), Monsanto ( MON), Mosaic ( MOS), Deere ( DE), Potash ( POT), Bunge ( BG), Syngenta ( SYNT) and Archer Daniels ( ADM). It makes people sick to buy the same names over and over again.
Cramer: Ag Will Soar on Scarcity
There's Nothing Good HappeningOriginally published on Jan. 16 at 9:09 a.m. EST In the end, everything fails. In the end, oil goes down and gold goes down and copper goes down and grains go down. In the end, banks fail and brokers fail and toxic debt defaults and some of the insurers go under. And that's what is happening now. Gold's getting killed and so is copper. All of the hiding places are getting flushed out, which is why I finally said Tuesday, "Enough with the agriculture." While it is happening, you see drastic price declines that you never expected. Breathtaking. This is what happens when everything goes wrong. Which it is. We are in the heaviest, most intense deflationary spiral of our lives. The commodities held up because of worldwide shortages and probably won't go down as much or as hard as people expect.
Cramer: Don't Wait for a Rate Cut
- Sense when it is really oversold and negative and buy.
- Sense when optimism creeps back and sell.