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Jim Cramer on CNBC

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Does anyone watch Mad/Fast money on CNBC? Do you follow what Cramer says for your trades?

post #2 of 11

do a search on cramer threads.. LOL.

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I watch both Fast Money and Mad Money, does anyone know other TV shows similar to them?

 

 

post #4 of 11

Nope, those two shows are basically it.

 

As for the OP question about following Cramer. He obviously has years of experience and good insight, you can learn a lot about him and his method of investing, but he is also not infallible.

 

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I watch both Fast Money and Mad Money, does anyone know other TV shows similar to them?

 

 



He does have his own website call "The Street". 

 

http://www.thestreet.com

 

 

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Anyone buy shares based on Cramer?

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Be wary of the Cramer.

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Anyone buy shares based on Cramer?



Tons of people do, some of his picks do really well, plus there is the added bonus that if he likes the stock the CEO gets to come on and pump it, which always helps.

 

SODA is a good example.

post #9 of 11

Exactly, what people fail to recognize is that him pumping a stock like exxon isn't going to do anything. He can pump smaller companies like netflix/lulu/fossil etc.
 

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Tons of people do, some of his picks do really well, plus there is the added bonus that if he likes the stock the CEO gets to come on and pump it, which always helps.

 

SODA is a good example.



 

post #10 of 11

that is actually a good vid..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLUvP9ycDx0&feature=player_embedded

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that is actually a good vid..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLUvP9ycDx0&feature=player_embedded


 

Yea I love Jon Stewart. People arn't afraid of him because he's "just a comedian". Then he ruins people in interviews because he actually knows his shit, and tells it like it is.

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