TheStreet’s Jim Cramer reflects on the seven year anniversary of the bull market on Wall Street, and why for many investors, it doesn’t feel like one. ‘It doesn’t feel like it and frankly that’s because the last year has been so depressing,’ said Cramer, who is the portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS. ‘It just kind of feels like, well you know what, it’s come and gone, especially since QE ended.’ Cramer urges investors to look at individual sectors. He said we’re seeing rolling bear markets, and be opportunistic about stocks. He added there’s ‘no money’ going into stocks, the money is just shifting from one sector to another, and that’s why it doesn’t feel like we’re in the seventh year of a bull market.
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