CNBC’s Jim Cramer and the “Mad Money” staff celebrated a milestone Friday. Cramer and his crew rang the morning bell at the New York Stock Exchange to mark 15 years of airing the weeknight investing show on CNBC.
The former hedge fund manager took time to reflect on his mission to help individual investors roll up their sleeves, navigate Wall Street news, get insight into stocks and their underlying companies so that the average person has a chance to make money on the stock market, which he calls the greatest engine of wealth creation in human history.
Cramer’s week ahead
The rapidly spreading coronavirus is weighing heavy on the stock market, despite what the underlying fundamentals of companies are telling investors, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.
The number of cases outside of China, where the novel disease is believed to have originated in the Hubei province, are growing exponentially and Wall Street players are concerned about how it could impact world commerce. That…