Cramer says the market has “fallen out of love” with Magnificent Seven

As Wall Street's interest in buying “Magnificent Seven” technology stocks wanes, dividend-paying stocks are attracting more interest, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday.

“The market has temporarily lost its love for Mag Seven,” Kramer said. “This is a new market — it's true — where large-cap technology companies are no longer the leaders. It's a market where money is being used in a lot of boring, high-yielding stocks as well as small cap stocks, health care, banks, REITs and utilities.”

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