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Why Jim Cramer Says a Bad Set of Earnings Won't Drag Down the Markets

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Why Jim Cramer Says a Bad Set of Earnings Won't Drag Down the Markets

Why Jim Cramer Says a Bad Set of Earnings Won't Drag Down the Markets

Recession junkies, you may need to take a chill pill.

As Wall Street kicks off a new week of trading, markets remain at or near all-time highs.

But this week, earnings season kicks off in earnest with reports expected from JPMorgan , Wells Fargo , Netflix , Johnson & Johnson , Microsoft and more.

Pundits across the line have saying earnings season could signal the beginning of the end of the bull market with low expectations expected among the most popular stocks.

But will disappointing earnings be enough to drag down this market?

TheStreet founder and Action Alerts PLUS portfolio manager Jim Cramer isn't so sure.

Related.

Jim Cramer: Don't Expect Disappointing Earnings to Push Markets Down


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