Jim Cramer

Everybody, stop what you are doing: Jim Cramer is talking.

I spend an awful lot of time trying to figure out what makes sense to cover in terms of trying to help people — and what doesn’t make sense. I do it because one of the things that makes me valuable is the perspective I bring as a former hedge fund practitioner. I particularly like to highlight when something is irrelevant or confusing when you hear it.

But enough about me, kinda. Read more »

They say that’s the only way Dykstra* will learn that in our society, you can’t rip toilets and other bathroom fixtures out of the floors of foreclosed houses and sell them to a pawn shops, or bounce checks to hookers, or drop trou for the cleaning staff just because you feel like it. Read more »

  • 22 Jun 2012 at 4:58 PM

Jim Cramer Reviews Restaurants Now

[JimCramer via Vulture]

“He didn’t win. He’s a loser. How? You lose when you go in front of Congress and you lose when you go out. Anyone that declares him a winner is wrong…He walked in a loser. Testified. Walked out a loser. And by the way, he agrees with me. He knows he’s a loser with no control and doesn’t even know what happened in his own bank…A loser. Crisis PR is psychiatry. You go in there as a guy who is stupid, you don’t come out being smarter. You don’t. You come out just as stupid…He’s a loser…This is not Michael Corleone with Frank Pentangeli in the back of the room. This is not Nevada gaming licenses…He’s a loser. It’s okay, man. He’s a loser. Maybe next year he’ll be a winner but he is a loser. Okay.” Read more »

As you may have heard, this Saturday night, Lenny Dykstra will box former co-worker Jose Canseco, in a title fight** that will be live-streamed for your viewing pleasure. Canseco was originally scheduled to go head to head with the husband of a Real Housewives cast member but “graciously” agreed to bow out after Nails “called and begged to take his place against Canseco” who, according to LD, “ruined my career by spreading lies.” All of which got us thinking– since Lenny a) is in serious need of some cash, b) not doing much these days, and c) probably looking to work out some of the aggression he feels toward people who’ve brought his life to the place it is today, perhaps he should consider fighting the other individuals who “ruined” things for him? Read more »

  • 19 Oct 2011 at 3:51 PM

Caption Contest Wednesday: A Play In Two Acts

[via NYSD]

Cramer says their goals should include holding accountable those responsible for the housing crisis — “Let’s indict them. We all know that they committed, to me, they committed crimes.” — and the repayment of bonuses that were given out at banks that received TARP money. “It’s outrageous!” he said. “It is outrageous what they paid themselves. It is obscene! I mean, there are real reasons to be angry.” [Daily Intel]