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Cramer's sell-off strategy: Instead of consumer staples, start picking at tech

Elizabeth Gurdus

CNBC's Jim Cramer takes questions from callers in a strategy session during the market sell-off. The "Mad Money" host suggests building a position in the downtrodden technology stocks rather than taking shelter in the market's traditional safe havens. Some investors are flocking to the stock market's traditional safe havens amid the sell-off, but CNBC's Jim Cramer recommended a different approach for investors looking to take advantage of the declines.