Jim Cramer Says He Bought a Farm With Bitcoin Profits—And Dares You to Bet Against Him

CNBC’s Jim Cramer prodded his myriad on-line non-believers on Friday with a problem: wager in opposition to him. He dares you. 

Cramer bragged to Crypto Twitter that he’s divested from Bitcoin and Ethereum and acquired a farm and boat with the spoils. He then coaxed doubters of his crypto market analyses to go all in on their anti-Cramer positions.

Soon, these doubters could give you the chance to do exactly that.

According to an SEC filing from earlier this week, Tuttle Capital Management has utilized to launch two exchange-traded funds—the Inverse Cramer ETF (SJIM), and the Long Cramer ETF (LJIM)—that may put an investor’s funds in direction of the other of regardless of the outspoken tv character advises on his CNBC program “Mad Money,” and by way of his Twitter account. 

“The Fund is an actively managed alternate traded fund that seeks to obtain its funding goal by partaking in transactions designed to carry out the other of the return of the investments advisable by tv character Jim Cramer (“Cramer”),” the SEC submitting reads. “Under regular circumstances, not less than 80% of the Fund’s investments is invested within the inverse of securities talked about by Cramer.”

The historical past of the connection between Cramer and Crypto Twitter is lengthy and storied. Once an ardent crypto bull who acknowledged it was “nearly irresponsible” not to purchase Bitcoin, Cramer had a 180-degree change of coronary heart as soon as crypto markets crashed earlier this yr. 

On Twitter, obvious patterns of Cramer’s monetary recommendation backfiring completely led to the emergence of a parody account titled “Inverse Cramer ETF,” which might gloat at any time when Cramer’s prognostications turned out to be exactly incorrect. 

As Cramer developed rising skepticism of crypto belongings within the aftermath of May’s crypto crash, the tv host started accumulating an ironic following on Crypto Twitter, with customers jokingly—or possibly not—positing that as long as Cramer continued to bash crypto, there was hope for the market. 

Cramer’s assertion right now could have been some type of acknowledgement of the shortage of deference his monetary recommendation is now usually granted on-line, and doubtlessly, of his consciousness of a potential batch of publicly traded, anti-Cramer monetary merchandise. 

As one Twitter consumer posited although, what “Inception”-level occasion would transpire if Cramer ever turned bullish on the Inverse Cramer? 

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