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Money Jim Cramer warns of Trump tweets: Investors should not behave like this under any circumstances

04:50  16 october  2020
04:50  16 october  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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Jim Cramer warns investors about being reactionary and selling on the basis of Trump tweets . "Can we take a step back for a moment? This is not a good way to invest , people. Your strategy should not change based on every other presidential tweet ," the "Mad Money" host said.

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The US President has chosen Twitter as his favorite medium. It is not uncommon for the stock exchanges to hang on the drip of Trump's tweets, and there are always violent market movements after Donald Trump has tweeted. But investors shouldn't base their investment decisions on it, warns Jim Cramer.

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• Cramer warns of Trump tweets

• Nuances not recognizable

• Investors should not base their investment decision on Twitter posts

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Jim Cramer with warning to investors

At CNBC, the host of the program "Mad Money" has carefully examined the tweets of the US President and examined them with regard to their relevance for investors. His result was sobering: "Can people be that stupid? He's arbitrary and moody on Twitter . So when he says" Sell "on Twitter, buy," advised market participants.

To support his position, the stock market expert takes Trump's latest tweets about the end of talks on a huge stimulus package in the US. The tweets had put pressure on the stock exchanges and caused sales in the market.

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That night - after the weak end of trade - Trump had tweeted again and now advocated a step-by-step approach to an economic stimulus package.

If I am sent a Stand Alone Bill for Stimulus Checks ($ 1,200), they will go out to our great people IMMEDIATELY. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening Nancy? @MarkMeadows @senatemajldr @kevinomccarthy @SpeakerPelosi @SenSchumer

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He also promised billions for airlines and considered continuing and expanding support for small businesses. He also brought up so-called "stimulus checks" - money that is made available to Americans directly by the government. The recent tweets ensured that the market sentiment turned.

For investors, this meant that anyone who took the first Twitter messages from Trump as an opportunity to withdraw money from the market and move to the sidelines has missed the opportunity to gain shares. "This is what happens when you invest on the basis of a tweet," said Cramer on "Squawk on the Street" on CNBC. Most of the shares in the S&P 500 started trading with a price gain. "If you just look at the president's tweet, you will inevitably end up on the wrong side of the trade," said the stock market expert.

To align his investment behavior to what US President Donald Trump publishes on Twitter, Cramer sees against this background as a "risk". There is no way of recognizing nuances in Twitter posts, he emphasizes.

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