Jim Cramer's Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich

Jim Cramer's Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich

by James J. Cramer, Cliff Mason
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Jim Cramer's Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Why do finacial advisors hate Jim Cramer? Because they know with the time and inclination you can do it yourself and do it better than they can without paying them a dime. Jim Cramer is the 'Peoples' Advisor', he takes no commision. He just loves what he does and he truly does 'JUST WANT TO MAKE YOU MONEY', even if that 'financial advisor' dosn't want to be his friend. Jim's 'not in it for the friends', but I'll stand by him any day. He has after all, made me a lot of money. Thank's Jim Cramer!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Its a great book. Some of the points from the first book needed to be repeated. He takes ideas from the first book and then adds things learned from different experiences on the show. Ive read both and took lots of notes from each. Go Cramer. Keep Helping the little guy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is NOT a rehash of Real Money. As such, it is shorter than Real Money. Also, it is not a whole new book on investing. (nor should it be) It adds more insight into investing and discusses new rules that ADD to what was in Real Money. I recommend reading Real Money first as it covers more of the basics. That is not to say Mad Money is terribly advanced. It just assumes you have certain knowledge of the basics that come from the first book. Real Money coveres basics on picking, buying and selling stocks. This book will give you a good foundation for getting started and help you know what you are doing. Mad Money adds more information on reasearching stocks before and after purchase. It gives additional rules to follow in order to make a profit or avoid losses. It has a stock research worksheet in the back as well as an updated cyclical chart. This book will help you focus on the right research and information for your specific stocks and situations. You don't have to read the lighting round chapters. However, he explains why you might want to learn to do it yourself, and the benefits from it. He could have just made a second edition to Real Money and made the book bigger, with the new infromation rather than write a whole new book. However, it was well worth the money and the read. I keep both books nearby as references.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was a big disappointment. Cramer repeats same things everyone has heard hundred times on Mad Money, and talks ad nauseum about his Lightning Round, as it would be the eight wonder of the world (as if the whole world would be at awe about how he does it, although everyone who trades has an opinion about a particular stock, hard to see what's so unique about Cramer stating his opinions, he is often wrong). Absolutely nothing new. I took mine back to the store to get my money back.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Can't stand to see this guy. His techniques will help the average person go broke. Helps to drive the volatility in the market. JUST SAY NO!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Most news about a company affects the stock price five minutes or less after the news is released - in our digital information age, there is no lag anymore. Who has a crystal ball to foretell the future of any one stock in a multivariable global economy? Read some of Eugene Fama's writings to put all of this in perspective. Investing the family money is not supposed to be fun: it is supposed to be profitable. Each investor in a tracking spreadsheet can determine if he or she is doing well at the stock picking game - but each investor must look at his or her stock picking historical landscape over the years, not focus on one lucky stock pick. Eugene Fama, Mark Hebner, others have written about this and can provide helpful input to the average investor.