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  • questioncnbc questioncnbc Aug 22, 2013 11:12 AM Flag

    A suggestion for Jim Cramer

    Prove me and others wrong. Why not devote a segment to your show where once a week or so you pick out a stock to put in an imaginary portfolio. Then over time, as months pass by, people can track these "holdings". Each week, you could address the portfolio, decide if you want to keep a stock in there after a weeks event or add another stock.

    But lets see how the "pro" manages a portfolio.

    I know it is easier to push buttons and just recommend highly volatile stocks and then say "Oh man, I'm sorry..."

    But for someone who managed a hedge fund, why don't you show us what you did? Then when you're right, we'll all shutup.

    But for now, nothing more than a clown.

    Z

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    • I'm still waiting jim for the imrovements. Prove us all wrong.

      Z

    • The only thing is that if Cramer does this, and it doesn;t quite work out(subpar returns), the jig is up. Why would mom and pop tune in to hear him push his buttons like a nut when he shows he can't beat the market the way he is telling mom and pop to "invest".

      Then he doesn't get that 5M salary(100,000 week before taxes) to pump the market and stocks and ENCOURAGE trading.

      See, those brokerages make $7/pop from each transaction. Those add up. The more Cramer Pumps pumps pumps and encourages trading, the more money they make and the better contracts he gets to sign every 3 years.

      I'm not holding my breath.

      Z

 
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