We're in a stock picker's market, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Monday. This is a market that rewards individual companies that are doing well and seems impervious to fears of a Covid slowdown. Cramer said if you're thinking of selling stocks because you think the economy is crumbling, you're making a big mistake.
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