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Jim Cramer's Worried About Amazon and Apple and Their 'Achilles Heel' Statuses

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Jim Cramer's Worried About Amazon and Apple and Their 'Achilles Heel' Statuses

Jim Cramer's Worried About Amazon and Apple and Their 'Achilles Heel' Statuses

Jim Cramer's worried about Amazon and Apple .

"Apple will continue its alleged Achilles Heel status to the market, with Amazon a close second," Cramer told members of his Action Alerts Plus club.

The reasons Cramer gives are simple.

He doesn't trust that the Chinese government won't favor Huawei over Apple.

And, of course, Amazon is exposed currently with the divorce saga that's unfurling in the media.

The Achilles heels that Apple and Amazon have currently aren't the only things in the market that Cramer's got his eye on going into this quarter.

Cramer listed out five themes that he and his team over at Action Alerts Plus are watching.

Missed Cramer's February call for Action Alerts Plus members?

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