It's been a wild week in the markets.
So, how are investors approaching the markets?
The markets were rebounding Friday after a crash Thursday.
The Dow closed down nearly 10%, while the Nasdaq and S&P closed down around 9.5% Friday.
But, during intraday trading on Friday, the markets were rebounding. The Dow was trading up over 680 points--or up 3%--as of 1 p.m. ET Friday. The Nasdaq and S&P 500 were pushing up over 2.8%.
So what's Jim Cramer thinking now?
"Re-evaluating on the fly. It's one of the most difficult jobs out there. You are trying to figure out what to pay for something and no sooner do you arrive at a price than it is taken out by some seller who is so anxious to get out that your rational analysis means nothing," wrote Cramer.
"I know that it must seem novel to many of you. It's always shocking when sellers are willing to bolt well below where you are willing to buy. It makes you think that your homework is worthless. What's the point of figuring out what something is worth if there are sellers that are willing to accept far less than you are willing to pay?" Cramer continued in his Real Money column on Friday morning.
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