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I read this not long after its publication. I had stopped watching Jim Cramer after taking notes of his trading activity and seeing how his word seemed to have an impact on certain stocks in the markets. While I realize that his predictions, assessments and investments/divestitures were not solely the reason for market movement, at that time, there appeared to be more than meets the eye for me. Yes, of course, he was not the only individual to have an impact (no where near the influence of Warre...
A very good read!
I thoroughly enjoyed this behind the scenes look at Jim Cramer, the host of Mad Money, back when he ran a hedge fund. The portrait of Jim is not a good one but it does show the fast paced environment it takes to work on Wall Street. It is also great to compare the Jim Cramer of this book with the Jim Cramer we today on Mad Money. It appears that Cramer has since changed his ways and is "giving back" to society with his knowledge on his show Mad Money.
Really quick read - probably one of the fastest books I've read. Its a fun book if you like general wall street books, but also a good look into the life of a total maniac. I always hated Jim Cramer's style, but this makes you realize that he is just a crackpot.
Thought this was a great look into one of the more successful minds on wall street.
This book would have been even better for me if I didn't already think Jim Cramer was a complete a-hole that should go to jail for the pump and dump he does on tv everyday.
Whiners whine even when they make F-you money.