Jim Cramer, known as the “Wall Street Madman”, advised investors to avoid investing in cryptocurrencies and other speculative assets, warning that “all speculative assets will be completely eliminated.”Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” gave an overview of financial markets on Tuesday
urging investors to stay away from speculative assets, including cryptocurrencies. He warned that those assets will struggle as the Federal Reserve continues to take a tough stance on inflation.
According to Jim Cramer, the best interpretation of Federal Reserve Chairman Powell’s speech on Friday is that risk assets, including cryptocurrencies, should be dumped.
Fed Chairman Powell told that money should no longer be used for anything stupid. That was the focus of his Friday speech. He will continue to cause pain until they stop investing in risky assets.
The continued, “Of course, some good investment targets will be damaged in the process, but this decline will not end until all speculative assets are washed out.” Jim Cramer bluntly stated that he no longer sees Bitcoin as a store of value or a hedge against inflation.
The added that speculative assets that investors should avoid include cryptocurrencies, SPAC stocks, meme stocks and meme coins, especially Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu (SHIB) and other popular cryptocurrencies such as Polkadot (DOT).
They also tweeted on Tuesday that the Fed was telling investors that they should sell cryptocurrencies, NFTs, IPOs and SPACs before they run out of savings.
Jim Cramer was a supporter of Bitcoin in the past. In 2020, he said that “Bitcoin can not only appreciate in value, but also hedge inflation”, so he wanted to try to invest 1% of his assets in Bitcoin and leave it to his children as a legacy But less than a year later, it said that it had sold most of its bitcoin assets due to regulatory concerns.