With a market that is swinging like a pendulum, how exactly should investors approach the markets?
Jim Cramer weighed in on some of the top questions that are facing Wall Street.
But first, let's talk about the coronavirus cases. The number of confirmed global cases of the coronavirus has risen to 116,152, and deaths increased to 4,088.
The U.S. has 761 cases of the virus and deaths have climbed to 26.
Stocks had risen sharply earlier in the trading session--with the Dow at one point gaining 945 points--after President Donald Trump said his administration would be meeting with House Republicans Tuesday to discuss a "substantial" payroll tax cut, and "getting help" for hourly workers. Trump said he would be working with companies on an economic relief plan in the face of spreading worries about the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak.
Don't let the market volatility spook you, Cramer is here with some answers.
And, Cramer also has some stocks to consider adding to your portfolio and some stocks to sell.
Watch the full video above for more. And, watch Cramer's answers on five questions that Wall Street was facing during the Monday market selloff.
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