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

Version: Abridged
Author: James J. Cramer
Narrator: James J. Cramer , Cliff Mason
Genres: Business & Economics, Finance
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published In: December 2006
# of Units: 6 CDs
Length: 5 hours
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Overview

In Jim Cramer's "Mad Money," TV's champion of the middle-class investor walks you through the key decisions investors have to make: understanding your tolerance for risk and defining your goals, doing the essential homework on a stock, and knowing how to buy and sell stocks the right way -- the "Cramer" way.

From the first "Booyah" to the last roar of the bull, "Mad Money" offers TV viewers valuable information that can be the basis for a winning portfolio. Cramer now tells listeners how to turn the "Lightning Round" into stock market strength training. He reveals how he can assess a stock in only seconds, a valuable skill that every investor can acquire and put to good use. He reviews some of his best -- and worst -- calls to extract ten lessons from each that can profit every investor. And for the "Mad Money" junkies who just can't get enough, Cramer goes behind the scenes to explain everything from the reason behind his deliberate mispronunciations to his notorious chair abuse to the zany props and buttons that keep things humming.

Jim Cramer's "Mad Money" can turn every investor's favorite TV program into a top-notch stock portfolio.

Author Details

Author Details

Cramer, James J.

"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