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In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer sounded off on the JPMorgan Chase (JPM_) bad-trade debacle, as his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS, is in the unfortunate position of holding shares of the ill-fated investment bank. Cramer said he can't blame CEO Jamie Dimon, but it's his job to be more skeptical. He admitted that his trust
Tonight, spill some wine out for Constellation Brands, as the stock was down as much as 16% after they lowered guidance for the year. Prior to their earnings report the stock was trading for $25 a share, after earnings the stock dropped down to as low as $21 a share on the day. If you were long, you were going for the bottle to drown your sorrows. However, a pull back like this might just represent a buying opportunity for long term traders. Constellation has a number of strong brands in the portfolio from Corona to Svedka vodka to
I'm guessing Joe Weisenthal was a little bit nervous when he came on CNBC's show Street Signs in his first ever CNBC appearance. But thankfully he had a wild and crazy man next to him holding an iPad with an oven mitt over his head. Cramer said he wasn't actually going to hit Joe with the iPad but was heating him up. This all because the "new" iPad is said to be like 12 degrees hotter than the previous one. What was impressive though was how Joe remained calm and cool in the face of Jim Cramer hovering over
To counter Bloomberg's new show, "Titans at the Table", hosted by Betty Liu, CNBC is set to launch a new show called "Investor Giants Play Poker at a Strip Club", hosted by Jim Cramer. The angle, if not obvious, is that while Bloomgerg's show gives you an inside look at some top hedge fund managers in a more casual setting (as they shove food in their mouths), CNBC wants to go right to the jugular and show hedge fund gurus in a more realistic setting, one that tests their discipline and patience. And to make the
Jim Cramer's mid-day take on the stock market, "Stop Trading", changed once Erin Burnett left CNBC. And now Six in sixty is just too easy. The stakes have been raised. Time for the real deal: Ten stocks on a bed of coals in ten seconds. Cramer will answer stock questions while standing on a bed of hot coals as Melissa Lee and Amanda Drury shout stock tickers out at him wearing Jon Stewart masks. Cramer will also have to balance a jug of water on his head while he stands on the burning coals. If he dumps any of
Asian themed restaurant that Chipotle is starting doesn't mean their stock price should surge so much so fast. What does the stock do? It drops nearly nearly 10 points just like that. Going from around $346 to $337 in a flash. Below is a one day chart for Chipotle, Cramer got on air and said it was up too much towards the end of
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