Mad Money host Jim Cramer says he expects the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to do a roundup of non-compliant cryptocurrency companies. Hoping the SEC will “clean up everything,” Cramer urges investors to “get out” of cryptocurrencies now.
Jim Cramer’s Latest Crypto Warning
Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money show, is back with another warning to crypto investors. Cramer is a former hedge fund manager, where he co-founded Thestreet.com, his website for financial news and literacy.
next Joint statement Addressing crypto risks by the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Cramer said on CNBC Wednesday:
I think these statements are the beginning of what I’ve been asking. That is, the SEC makes the rounds of all statements. [crypto firms] non-compliant people.
Quoting John Stark, a lawyer in the SEC’s enforcement arm for more than 18 years, Kramer emphasized that Stark “is now seeking a cleanup.” I am emphasizing that
He said the SEC will wipe everything out.
“I see a lot of people, like John Stark, feeling like this is just a huge scam,” Kramer continued. He added that he expects former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) to be a key figure in the SEC roundup.
I’m not calling for the collapse of cryptocurrencies. I call for the demise of those participating in Ponzi schemes.
Despite the warning signs, Cramer explained that he is “bidding” on the price of the cryptocurrency. He warned investors to withdraw money from cryptocurrencies while they can.
mad money host had invested with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), but he sold All his crypto assets in the last year.he advises investors to avoid investment in speculative assets, including crypto, the Federal Reserve continues to tighten the economy.Earlier this month, he advised He stressed that investors need to get out of cryptocurrencies and that it is never too late to get out of a “bad position.”he also said don’t touch the code in a million years.
As to why the price of Bitcoin is so resilient at the high $16,000 level, Cramer said on Friday: Because it’s fake and a scam. The Mad Money host concluded that cryptocurrency prices are “rising by people who want them to rise, that’s all.”
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