If you have ever watched CNBC, you have probably heard of Jim Cramer. This American television personality hosts the show “Mad Money,” an in-depth review of stocks and the financial markets. A former hedge manager, Mr. Cramer believes that a bull market can always be found and he helps viewers find it.
Viewer calls, guest interviews, and the lively antics and opinions of Mr. Cramer are regular features of the television show. Anyone who wants to learn which stocks are hot and when to buy gold coins will get answers by watching “Mad Money.” The financial guru serves as a personal guide to Wall Street investments, making anyone feel confident that money can be made.
Mr. Cramer serves as a markets commentator for multimedia financial site TheStreet.com, which he co-founded. Viewers can also frequently see him on “Squawk on the Street,” another CNBC show that airs Monday through Friday from 9 to 11 AM Eastern Time. In his spare time, Mr. Cramer is an author and he published his most recent book, Jim Cramer’s Getting Back to Even, in October 2009.
As the owner/founder and senior partner for Cramer Berkowitz, this financial wiz managed to achieve a 24 percent compounded rate of return after fees for a period of 15 years. In 2001, he retired from his well-known hedge fund, ending with one of the most outstanding records in the industry, including an over 36 percent year in 2000.
In addition to being skilled in financial markets, Mr. Cramer has a law degree from Harvard Law School. His writing career is long, stemming from his launch of American Lawyer magazine and writing about stock market issues for The New Republic when he worked at Goldman Sachs. To learn how to turn bear into bull, watch “Mad Money” Monday through Friday at 6 PM and 11 PM Eastern Time.