Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World

Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World

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Jim Cramer's Real Money 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wonderfully done. Well written. Exciting and energetic like Jim Cramer. The most point specific and relevent information on the stock market available. A must read to fully aprreciate, for anyone interested in managing their own portfolios.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book gives you the basics and helps build a great foundation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cramer's book is must for the ordinary investor. The always entertaining and educational Cramer take on investing is invaluable. Professionals and scholars can certainly glean some common sense from this book as well.
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CPJR More than 1 year ago
Jim Cramer is both of Wall Street and of Main Street, this book gives a decent Main Street view of investing with enough math and analysis of stocks to allow you to manage the wall street jargon. Most money managers and many economists repeat the old adage about buy and hold - and warn against attempting to "time the market". Conventional wisdom recommends what millions of Americans do - dollar cost average so no matter how much you lose over 5 years, a 25 year position in the market will gently grow your nest-egg. Jim Cramer asks why keep your hard earned money in "high valued" equities when lower valued equities are there for the buying? When some hot stocks have grown in price and profits are stable, there may be market sections where stocks are down because profits are down. Those sectors will have endured cost cutting measures - maybe even dividend reductions. When that sector finally benefits from a renewed economy, those stock prices may be "low" and may give you double return - an increase in stock price AND the value of a dividend. Cramer writes about basic tools you can learn to view stocks in this manner. Read this book if you are curious about the stock market, re-read this book if you like the idea of trying to grow your money through well run companies you have researched, not hot tips from a friend or a financial advisor/broker. Even if you never trade independently and use an advisor and/or broker, the knowledge of Wall Street gleaned from this easy read will give you renewed confidence in the stock market as a thinking person's means of successful gambling.
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Xybear More than 1 year ago
for an investment book, it is very entertaining. there is a lot of useful strategies and info, especially on 'homework'. it is a good book for the first time investor with money (a couple thousand) to invest. not so great if you are working with a few hundred dollars. a lot of the principles still apply, but Mr. Cramer stays away from the penny stocks that you can afford at this level. I cant follow all the strategies at the moment, but I am following what works.
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kd47 More than 1 year ago
I'm really to busy making money to be doing a *^#*book review. I am new to Cramer but so far I am getting a lot from this book. It makes clear the things the Wall St. would rather us not know. I watch his show every day and than use his book to go more in-depth. Plus I have slowly been climbing out of the hole my stock broker had dug for me!
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