Proof Cramer is a fraud and a nut job

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by stock777, Jun 23, 2008.

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    Now tell me why those scum at CBNC are allowed to broadcast?
     
  2. Wow. I actually wasted some time watching that 6/13 show. After relying completey on what he said I lost money last week. NOT!

    He should be yanked from the airwaves.

    His trust must be down 30% YTD. Anyone have any stats? This seems to be a closely guarded figure...
     
  3. S2007S

    S2007S

    Awesome, awesome, great, fantastic find....

    Amazing to see the breakdown of his shows only 1 week apart.

    As you can see, he is still hyping up the overbought AG, NG, oil and energy related plays just like he hyped tech back in 2000, this tells you that the energy and oil plays will be over sooner than later. Funny to see how only a week goes by and the stuff he sais to buy he is now saying sell, I guess thats the psychology of anyone who trades this crazy market. Wonder his reaction to the market after the DOW touched new 52 week lows.... :eek:
     
  4. He has not a scrap of credibility. None.

    I've never seen anyone who is a literal manic-depressant get their own show recommending whether to buy or sell stocks.

    One week he's screaming to buy, the next week he's screaming to sell.

    It's a sad commentary on NBC and CNBC that they not only allow him a show all his own, but that the NBC Nightly News interviews him on equity and macroeconomic issues from time to time.


    Here he is saying 'Bear Stearns' is safe:

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    Here's his attempt to cover his pathetic ass with a contortionist-like explanation after Bear Stearns busted:

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  5. maybe he was buying oil when he was telling everyone not to buy...... that's why it's so important for us all to do our own research.
     
  6. Fact is, with his super powers gone, he is less than pathetic.

    You will find some of the heroes of the wannabes on ET will find the same fate.
     
  7. I clearly heard him saying "bye bye buy".
     
  8. LoL This is not new news and proves absolutely nothing. Except maybe there are a bunch of idiots that continue to watch CNBC despite the fact that it's full of shit.

    Cramer is the least offensive person on the channel. Gasparino and his whole ABK bailout was hilarious. I was watching bloomberg and several idiots on ET said I should've watched CNBC for the news. Hahaha. Guess who's laughing now?
     
  9. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

    Im sure that the majority of his clients had brokerage and banking accounts at Bear, none of them buy stock.
     
  10. No one should be allowed to LIE on camera without being called to task or prosecuted.

    The SEC should be questioning him.

    Maybe the Spitz can get him an adjoining cell.

    Now you know why he went Hollywood. Once his insider trading became illegal, he was helpless.

    I used to think he wasn't bad, but there's no question he's deteriorated badly. Maybe all that undergrad 'tang got to him.
     
    #10     Jun 23, 2008