Cramer is telling all the kids to sell out of Apple and buy Google now. I didn;t know Cramer liked to buy at the top and sell at the bottom. Oh well, hopefully he will stop (or at least mention Apple less) talking now, cus I can't stand him anymore.
Jim Cramer frantically buys and sells (doesn't matter what, why, how, or when) and then quickly and frantically sells and buys what he just frantically bought and sold. If you can make heads or tails out of what Cramer says, my question to you would be, "Why are you wasting your time trying to make heads or tails out of what Cramer says?"
I happily ignore Cramer, although he is occasionally and mildly entertaining on the boob tube (for about 15-30 seconds and then he gets real old real fast, just like an annoying TV ad).
They should add a voice-over to Cramer's TV show that says (every 30 seconds): "Possible or likely side effects include nausea, palpitations, monetary loss, upset stomach, gambling, hair loss, frantic daytrading, bad comb-overs, weird tics, poison Ivy (Cramer is a Harvard alum), randomly throwing phones at the heads of subordinates (Cramer allegedly did that), calling yourself "Mad" thereby attracting a nationwide audience of mindless lemmings who instinctively scream "Boo-yah!" at the slightest provocation, and night sweats.
When Cramer says, "sell," he wants your shares cheap. When he says "buy," he is looking for bagholders. Totally unscrupulous. But this books are entertaining and a person could learn a thing or two.