Browsing articles tagged with " jim cramer"

Jim Cramer Said Linn Energy Was a Buy

Jul 2, 2013
J. Webster
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As far as Linn Energy goes, who's right, Jim Cramer, Leon Cooperman, Barron's, Keith McCullough, Dan Dicker...or the SEC? Cramer, Cooperman and Dicker were all saying to buy shares of LINN, while McCullough and Barron's were saying beware of the stock and the extremely high dividend, too high in fact to be sustainable. And then there's the SEC, who is now investigating Linn Energy, which is why the stock took a big hit today, down over 17% when it was announced the SEC is looking into their accounting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has begun an inquiry into oil and gas explorer/producer

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Who Said Apple Would Reach $1,000 a Share

Apr 23, 2013
J. Webster
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In case your interested, here are all those friendly folks who said Apple shares would hit $1,000. Sure, some of these folks still have time, as in Apple might indeed reach $1,000 a share in their time frame, but it's not looking too good for most of these analysts/bloggers/prognosticators/experts/founders. Yes, about six months ago everyone on TV and across the web was pretty much saying Apple's stock would never go down. They said $1,000 for Apple shares was a foregone conclusion. And Apple shares certainly wouldn't go down under $400 a share, that would be absurd to even consider. Well,

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Jim Cramer Calls Jamie Dimon a Loser

Jun 13, 2012
J. Webster
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I get the feeling Jamie Dimon doesn't mind all the attention. See his smile and little dance number for the cameras towards the end of the video. I wonder if he was singing the lyrics to that Beck song:
"Soy un perdedor/I'm a loser baby, so why don't you kill me?"
That said, Jim Cramer made it clear that he thinks Jamie Dimon is a loser despite the fact that he "performed" well in front of the Senate Banking Committee. Dimon was cool and calm and didn't make any statements that would bring more negative attention to JP Morgan. However, Cramer

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Cramer Said Buy Morgan Stanely to Play Facebook IPO

May 29, 2012
J. Webster
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On par with Dick Bove's call on Morgan Stanley, when Bove said he'd buy it aggressively so he could buy a house in Spain, Jim Cramer said Morgan Stanley should be bought on the back of the Facebook IPO, saying it was "dirt cheap". That was on February 2nd, when Morgan Stanley (MS) was trading around $19.66 a share, it's now trading for around $13.46 a share. I guess it's even cheaper these days. And we all know how good that Facebook IPO was for everyone. Here's the call, notice the skepticism on the faces of his CNBC colleagues,

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It’s All a Countdown to What?

May 14, 2012
J. Webster
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So now CNBC has a little Facebook IPO countdown button in the upper right hand corner of their homepage, and it's sponsored by TD Ameritrade. That's not all though, once you click over on the link you're taken to a rather nice page with all the articles about the Facebook IPO you could ever want to read in your lifetime. Facebook, which will trade under the ticker FB (I was hoping it was going to be POKE or LIKE or better yet HOODIE), is set to price on May 17 and then go live for trading on

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Jim Cramer Eating at His Desk

Apr 23, 2012
J. Webster
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Mad Money host Jim Cramer just tweeted this picture of himself preparing for his show and having some lunch, along with what looks like a Coke. I like how he's using the napkin as a bib, don't want to get the shirt dirty for the show or in case he has to pop on CNBC to defend a stock against Herb Greenberg. And look how he magically stands his fork up in his food!

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The Bald Shiny Heads of Goldman Sachs

Feb 26, 2012
J. Webster
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Instead of getting their shoes shined, the leaders of Goldman Sachs like to get their heads shined to a sheen so bright that light reflects off their heads and acts as a laser pointer, hitting people in the eye whenever they turn their bald heads. Their bald heads are shaved down to such a gleaming shine that you can see your face in them. When did the bald head become so popular at Goldman Sachs? It's been said that one striving leader at Goldman Sachs, not even bald yet, but who desperately wanted to move up the ladder, shaved his

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Jim Cramer Says Buy Shares in the New York Giants for the Super Bowl

Jan 23, 2012
J. Webster
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OK, so don't get me wrong, I love the red bull fueled Jim Cramer. How can you not love the mad money man of stocks? The guy probably knows every stock ticker in the market and can give you a thesis on why you should or shouldn't buy said stock/company/ticker. However, Cramer's passion for stocks can also get the best of him. In that since he's constantly making calls and recommending stocks, he's going to get a fair share wrong. And he recently went DEFCON 3 on the stock market, citing the crisis in Europe, and said to get

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Jim Cramer’s DEFCON 3 Rant: Repercussions of European Collapse

Nov 28, 2011
J. Webster
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Actually, as far as Cramer's rants go, for this one, the scary part might just be that this is a relatively calm Cramer calling for a credit crisis do to the problems in Europe. And what's more, Cramer isn't the only one who has been saying we might be in for a crisis that will make the 2008 crisis look like a walk in the park. The UpsideTrader says we are in for a global melt down. Cramer: “I'm calling this DEFCON three, two stages away from a financial collapse so huge it’s hard to get your mind around,”

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Good God, Cramer Is Losing His Voice, Help!

Nov 17, 2011
J. Webster
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Jim Cramer just Tweeted that he is losing his voice. Home gamers across the country collectively gasped. I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror. This is terrible. Where will these people get their stock picks and how will they trade? What will they do without Mad Money's Lightning Round, Are You Diversified?, or the new 6 in 60 segment on CNBC? If Cramer loses his voice, the entire stock market may shut down. Someone, please, for the love of God, get Jim Cramer a hot tea with honey. Good

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