Here is a Helpful Hint when dealing with Cramer: When he briefly and inaudibly mumbles a stock in his muffled Bob Goldthwaite voice, that is a more like stock. When he is loud, and enunciates well, and crashes cymbols together about such a good buy a company is--run for the hills. People will all buy the LOUD stock becuase of psychology. At the year end THEY lose. But Cramer's good stats are intact because the number tabulators don't take into consideration, of course, of how STRONGLY he supports his differing buy recommendations.