Cramer: This Market Is Despised

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Jim Cramer

 | Aug 19, 2014 | 5:53 AM EDT
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It's so tough to judge hatred these days. I don't trust the put/call ratios, as there's so much behind-the-scenes basket-weaving that it's become more of a vestige. Short-selling figures don't add up, for the same reason. The investors' intelligence polling has done nothing to indicate the contempt. Nor have the margin positions.

But I have to tell you that this market is despised, and it is despised to the point that you can feel the pain of having to buy on days like yesterday. You see the sea of green and you know that even as the news reports were of "no progress" in talks between Ukraine and Russia, the fact is there are talks and that's enough to get shorts scared....560 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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