Jim Cramer has some thoughts on the market Friday.
Over on TheStreet Live With Jim Cramer and Katherine Ross, Cramer was asked what was top of mind for him Friday morning.
His answer? Coronavirus. And, of course, why the markets are sinking.
"Well, I think top of mind is, is that you've got to stop trying to game the virus until you see something really, really bad, it's going to be: Oh, I think it's okay. No, it's not okay. It's oh-kay. So when you see something like this decline in the market, a lot of that is it's Friday and maybe it's going to be bad over the weekend. We're obviously going to hear...think about this: Are we going to hear about more deaths and more, people who are hospitalized? Absolutely. When you come in, you're going to get a very big number. When you get a very big number, you're going to sell stocks. So people want to get in ahead of that," said Cramer.
Watch the video above for more.
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