It's the first of April.
And that means that, for many, rent is due.
While normally, that isn't cause for concern, when there's a global pandemic that's preventing many Americans--millions, in fact--from working, there's cause for concern.
Which is why rent is top of mind for Cramer on Wednesday.
But, before we dive into his thoughts, here's a quick update on the markets.
Stocks tumbled Wednesday after President Donald Trump warned Americans that it’s “going to be a painful two weeks” and White House officials estimated the U.S. could see 100,000 to 240,000 deaths as the coronavirus spreads throughout the country.
“Our strength will be tested, our endurance will be tried,” Trump said at his daily White House briefing on Tuesday.
So, what's Cramer watching--besides for your rent?
Watch the video above for more.
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