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Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer


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"Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer", which airs weeknights at 6pm on CNBC, takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street's most respected and successful money managers. Jim is your personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind - to help you make money. These full-length episodes feature the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer and the popular "Lightning Round," in which Cramer gives his buy, sell, and hold opinions on stocks to callers....

Customer Reviews

Pure Genius

In the Lightening round he reviews a stock picked by the callers in real time and tells you what he thinks about it (weather it is a buy or sell). Quite possibly one of the best 15 minutes you can spend a day. He does encourage one thing though; never buy any stock without doing your homework. This includes the ones he recommends. I have made a boat load of money off of his advice and my homework (14k so far, and I am a 21 y/o civil engineering student), and I started with $600 just 17 months ago.

Where is the video

This is a daily ritual for me. I love WATCHING this podcast, but the last few days it is audio only. This needs to be fixed.

Cramer is 'en fuego!' Comedy, intelligence...Booyahs All Around

Hated him the first time I heard him. But, I have come to appreciate him like a fine wine. Not for whiners and babies. Educated, open-minded humorists need only tune in. Pumps up the day with clever, honest humorous anecdotes to make you some mad money and generate profits. Booyah? Who else could bring that gem of an exclamation back from the dead? He's so bad, he's good for you. As for the whiners crying about yelling too much...I guess you cannot wake the dead so it must be best to let them sleep. Shovels please! Booyah!