Fun book to listen too. Humerous. I am a fan of Jim Cramer's show and thought this book to be insightful into his life experiences.
For people who want insight as to where Cramer is coming from (whether it be TV or hedging) this book gives good insight. Warning for people who are trying to learn about investing though, this book is a biography. Very infromative about his life, and how The Street.com was born. Great book if you enjoy learning about failures and successes of the successful!
I didn't enjoy this book, but I am not interested in stocks nor do I follow any of Jim Cramer's other ventures. Those who have an interest in those topics may find this book more to their liking. I just wanted to see what the buzz was about. I would recommend this only to people with a strong interest in the topic.
This was a great "listen". Lots of insight into behind the scenes Wall Street and how the market really works. Very enjoyable
Love him or hate him, it doesn't matter. He is a character, and he is/was very good at what he did for a living. This was the best book yet for me and it doesn't surprise me. James Cramer was a legend in this business and apparently he is not doing badly now. You get a taste for the times he is describing.
It was nice that this book was read by the author. I don't think anyone else could have done Jim Cramer justice. Interesting autobiography, even for non-business types. Booyah!
OMG, this guy is passionate about the stock market. I didn't learn so much about the stock market as I did about human nature. Amazing that people make millions of dollars out of... well, numbers on paper. What a game. Makes me wonder how it can continue. Anyway, it's an ok story, just super intense narration etc.
This Cramer autobiography is very interesting. You'll surprise that the really stock market wizard is Cramer's wife. Cramer is just a good communicator and good seller. The conclusion will surprise you as well. Since the guy was so badly beaten by the stock market, I cannot understand why he is in TV recommending stock like a stock market genius.
I love Cramer anyways, but I really did enjoy his book, I liked that it was him reading it to me, he has a very interesting career. I think it is a good read
This was great listen kept your interest and made you think you were along for the ride, no secrets or tips just a good listen
"James J. Cramer" is co-founder of "TheStreet.com." After earning undergraduate and law degrees at Harvard University and working as a newspaper reporter, he joined Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he worked in the Private Client Services unit. In 1987 he founded Cramer, Berkowitz, a private hedge fund that he ran until 2000. Jim Cramer is the markets commentator for CNBC's "Squawk Box" and co-host of CNBC's "America Now," and host of the national daily radio program "RealMoney." He is "Bottom Line" columnist for "New York" magazine and continues to write for "TheStreet.com." Mr. Cramer and his fam