Luka 🦉's avatar
$88.2m follower assets
Do such people feel ANY responsibility for such statements. He, Woods, and others who have millions of followers combined, are they even thinking about the implications of their words?

Why, with less than 30k followers, am I scared to talk about any specific stock to avoid pushing people into buying something, and these people have zero problems?

Sachiv's avatar
It’s all about being “in the moment”. I also feel that journalism in general has lost all accountability…they can print or say whatever and almost no laws apply!
Sachiv's avatar
Just wanted to add to my comment here…I’ve seen about a dozen people criticize people like this journalist, but when you question their decision or assumptions, they block you. That, to me, took the entire value out of the “fintwit” discussion. At least Cramer didn’t block people for questioning him(that I know of)… 🤷🏾‍♂️
Oliver's avatar
To be fair he didn’t specify USD$ if he meant Zimbabwean $ it is probably bang on.
Luka 🦉's avatar
Joey Hirendernath's avatar
Do people really listen to Jim Cramer?
Luka 🦉's avatar
@joeyhirendernath, when you write something to your 1.8M followers or say it on TV to even more watchers, even if only 0.1% of people follow your advice, it's still a lot of people 😔