Stocks & Commodities V. 24:4 (75-76): Websites For Traders: MadMoneyRecap.com by David Penn
Do you think “Jenna,” “Rachel,” and “Gia” are impressed with the work of Jim Cramer, successful former hedge fund manager, founder of TheStreet.com,
author of "Confessions Of A Street Addict" and "Real Money: Sane Investing In an Insane World", host of the daily radio show Real Money, and energetic, Ken
Kesey–esque ringleader of the nightly televised stock circus that is CNBC’s Mad Money? Here’s the first thing you see when you arrive at their website, MadMoneyRecap.com:
THIS IS A DEDICATED FAN SITE CELEBRATING THE REFRESHING LOGIC THAT NOW FLOWS FREELY ACROSS CRAMERICA! INVESTORS EVERYWHERE ARE THANKING MR. CRAMER … BOO-YAH TO THE MASTER!
Let’s take that for a “Yes.”
Full disclosure: I’ve long been a fan of Jim Cramer’s ever since reading his anxious “I don’t know how long this bull#$*& can go on” missives from late 2000 at the then–completely free website, TheStreet.com. What Cramer provides more than anything else is that coveted glimpse of the world as seen by insiders. It doesn’t matter if it’s sports, entertainment, or the stock market — we all have a sense that it is one thing to
figure things out for ourselves, but something else entirely to have somebody who has the real inside skinny on what is really going on.