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From the desk of Jim Cramer

"We fear pretty much everything right now. We fear higher prices, traditional inflation. And we fear lower prices, cascading oil and copper. We fear the 2-year Treasury yield going much higher because that would mean another 100 basis points of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve this year. We fear it going lower because that would show that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is letting up on his inflation fight, while it is still raging. We fear that earnings will be awful. But we fear that unemployment remains too low to thwart wage inflation. We fear World War III in Ukraine after Russia’s big troop call-up. We fear the Chinese making a run at Taiwan.

 

In short, we fear everything."

 

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