Since I haven't been around in awhile, if this has already been discussed then... Jim Cramer of Mad Money on CNBC has a noticeable effect on the aftermarket price of the stocks he features on his show. Usually, after he mentions his like (or more rarely dislike) of a stock he features (not brought up by callers/guests/lighting round) it bumps up by a dollar or sometime even two, regardless of its actual price (meaning it could be a significant percent move of not). Even though his show is taped, the live ticker on CNBC displays this phenomenon pretty accurately. It has been pronounced for some time as well, since last fall. Is there any way to trade this profitably and has anyone noticed/done it?