CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why you should buy stocks after they peak
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emailnewsletter, Should You Buy Stocks That Recently
Reached All-Time Highs?

 
 
 
 

Jim Cramer is one of CNBC’s top stocks analysts and a former hedge fund manager. In an edition of Mad Money, Cramer explained that he is often inclined to buy stocks that have reached fresh all-time highs, providing they have been rising consistently, and have pulled back since reaching their latest high point: "When I'm ready to establish a position, I wait for a pullback to come that's at least 5 percent down," Cramer said. 

 

His reasoning is simple: in order to reach new peaks, a company has to continuously keeps its performance levels high - and such behavior is not likely to change fast. In case you agree with Cramer’s approach, we gathered a list of very known companies, which reached new all-time highs recently:

 
 
                                                   
MCD

MCD | McDonalds

147.17 0.89 (0.61%)

 

95% BUYING

 
 
 
 
 
                                                   
NVDA

NVDA | NVIDIA Corporation

136.57 2.26 (1.68%)

 

96% BUYING

 
 
 
 
 
                                                   
FB

FB | Facebook

149.62 -0.57 (-0.38%)

 

99% BUYING

 
 
 
 
 
                                                   
AMZN

AMZN | Amazon

965.36 7.39 (0.77%)

 

98% BUYING

 
 
 
 
 
                                                   
V

V | Visa

92.96 -0.27 (-0.29%)

 

99% BUYING

 
 
 
 
 

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Figures above are as of 17/05/2017. Up-to-date figures can be found on the Trade Markets page.

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