Jim Cramer's Bull Case for This Market

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer says in his trading history when investors think it's obvious that the market would go down, it tends to move in the other direction.

Cramer says it is still early and investors should be careful. He points out high-fliers still have margin sellers that will come in every time the shares climb. He also notes the Nasdaq  (QQQ) is down 3% and when this happened in April 2000, a bounce followed. Cramer thinks a better price to sell could be upcoming.

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