Cramer’s first take: Inflation is much worse than we thought

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Mad Money host Jim Cramer joins ‘Squawk Box’ to talk about his worries for inflation and how it’s driving investment in big tech stocks. “You want to go back and buy FAANG, because FAANG doesn’t have inflationary inputs,” he says.

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