Cramer: Nothing to See in This Market, Move Along

 | Mar 17, 2017 | 3:37 PM EDT
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Sleepy, sloppy close with no features whatsoever!

This session reminds me of a kind of pre-Trump day where no ground is made and you just have a couple of stocks, like Adobe (ADBE) and Amgen (AMGN) dominating the action. (Adobe is part of TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.) 

I would have thought Tiffany (TIF) would have had more legs than just Canada Goose and Wynn (WYNN) (China's strong, according to the jewelry chain). But Adobe did get some pin action from some techs including Nvidia (NVDA) , but not as much as you would have thought.

Call the session inconsequential and just move on.

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