Here's what Jim Cramer's thinking about this morning.
The Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500 opened up Tuesday morning, before turning negative in midday trading.
An Update on the Coronavirus
There are over 114,000 cases, with over 4,000 deaths worldwide.
The U.S. has over 750 cases, with 26 deaths.
The entire country of Italy is under lock down, and there are over 9,000 cases, with over 460 deaths
And What's on Cramer's Mind?
Cramer's got some stocks to buy and some others to sell.
"What's actually safe to buy after this total breakdown and what needs to be sold? Between Covid-19 and the collapse of oil prices, everything is in question," Cramer wrote in his Real Money column Tuesday morning. "So this week I'm taking you through all thirty stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average to give you a sense of what's at risk here and what's not. We'll do 10 of them at a time in alphabetical order."
Looking to see how the stocks rank? You'll have to watch the show or read Cramer's column to find out.
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