I actually thought this was a little bit tame for Jim Cramer's Mad Money show. I mean come on, it was good but why not have Cramer dancing like a Mad Man pouring cans of Red Bull on top of his head as he does one armed push ups.
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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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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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“That means a great recession like we had here in 2008 is almost a sure thing for Europe in 2012.”
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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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What with the recent stock market collapse, and the battle between Hobbes and Cramer over Bear Stearns
, let's look back at the CNBC video of Cramer's call on Bear Stearns on Mad Money.
It's really not clear whether he's saying it's OK to actually own the stock or just have money in the company. In the end he was actually right, as Bear Stearns was taken over after it fell apart. It was sold to JP Morgan Chase a paltry $10 per share. It's a call that Cramer will probably never live down. And now, his co-worker, Simon Hobbes,
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Guillermo does his own version of Jim Cramer's Mad Money. He gives it to you straight. "Buy, Sell, do everything!"
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Mad Money's Jim Cramer is making it clear he DOES NOT like this stock market right now, particularly the financials and technology stocks.
What usually happens when the Mad Money host takes a decidedly negative turn on the stock market is the home gamers, his flock of followers who watch the show, tend to turn negative on Jim Cramer. And very negative and very quickly. They are angry, frustrated, and losing money, as their holding stocks Cramer said to buy just few weeks ago. They are afraid, too. Perhaps some even bought on margin, which Cramer has always
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We wanted to post the full Cramer versus Stewart interview for your listening pleasure. You have to say though, it did show some guts by Cramer to even agree to go on the show. The stock market was falling apart, very few saw it coming, and he was bound to go badly with Stewart cleverly able to skewer Cramer with old clips. Cramer's Mad Money is a show, it is entertainment, yet the stock market is very serious. So it's a fine line to walk and people have to do their on research before jumping on
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