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Inverse Jim Cramer Strategy - Q1 2023

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  • Today, we provide an update on our Inverse Jim Cramer strategy by taking a look at the results of his top stock picks for the first three months of 2023.
  • The first quarter of the year showed yet again that inverting Jim's most frequently discussed stock picks can yield some impressive returns.
  • The strategy reached its all-time high during the quarter, ultimately generating a 6.59% market-beating year-to-date return and a one-year return of 20.86%.
  • Adding 400 more stock picks to our final tally, he expressed a positive outlook on 273 different occasions while voicing his negative sentiment 127 times.
  • Stocks like Pioneer Natural Resources, PayPal, Qualcomm, Caterpillar, and Palo Alto Networks were major holdings during the quarter.

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Inverse Cramer Q1 2023 Update

The end of the month marks just slightly more than two years since we initially started keeping track of and collecting data on Jim's stock picks and

Inverse Jim Cramer Q1 '23 by Quiver Quant

Inverse Jim Cramer Q1 '23 (Quiver Quantitative)

Top Short Positions In the Jim Cramer Inverse Strategy for Q1 '23

Inverse Cramer Strategy Holdings Q1 '23 (Quiver Quantitative)

Jim Cramer Recommendation History by Quiver Quantitative

Jim Cramer Recommendation History (Quiver Quantitative)

Pioneer Natural Resources vs. S&P500 One-Year Returns as per Seeking Alpha

Pioneer Natural Resources vs S&P500 One-Year Returns (Seeking Alpha)

Caterpillar vs S&P500 One-Year Returns as per Seeking Alpha

Caterpillar vs S&P500 One-Year Returns (Seeking Alpha)

Qualcomm vs SYP500 One-Year Results as per SA

Qualcomm vs S&P500 One-Year Return (Seeking Alpha)

PayPal vs S&P500 One-Year Return by Seeking Alpha

PayPal vs S&P500 One-Year Return (Seeking Alpha)

Palo Alto Networks vs S&P500 One-Year Returns by Seeking Alpha

Palo Alto Networks vs S&P500 One-Year Returns (Seeking Alpha)

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