Who of us, in our darkest moments of the soul, does not yearn for the gentle embrace of a maternal presence that can assuage our fear and calm our soul?
Not Jim Cramer, who saw this:
And then felt this...out loud...on TV:
"I really miss Janet Yellen. I miss her because what she would do is say, 'you know I need more inputs. I'll look at the market, it's down 500 points. Maybe we should make some calls,'" he said.
"She was a student. She wasn't a teacher. She was a student and she learned from people," he said.
We miss her too, Jimmy...we miss her too.