I was reading Cramer, a few minutes ago.
I like Cramer. Not because he's arguably a great stock picker, but because he tells the truth about himself. That makes him my role model. I want to be like that, in public.
So I was reading this end-of-the-day piece in TSC, today, where he was saying how tech was too hard, right now. Not following the script.
At the end, he said:
"... it's just too reactive, because it's pro-active to nothingness on the part of hedge funds that simply can't resist playing no matter what."
What is this? I like the way it sounds, but I don't know what it means. What do I buy? What do I sell?