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  • backbay_bstn backbay_bstn May 10, 2010 6:11 PM Flag

    Cramer making a lot of sense tonite...

    Most accurate description of what's happened the past week, including today. Get beyond his "act", and he's the sharpest tool on financial TV. Adummy has got to be the worst.

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    • "Most accurate description of what's happened the past week, including today."

      Yes, Jim Cramer is a master when it comes to predicting the past, except the part of the past involving his own calls, but he makes up for that shortcoming with an ample serving of revisionist history in which all his calls are right on.

      And dopes like you hang on his every word, thereby keeping him in the spotlight.

      How does it feel being such a dumbass?

    • Agree on Adami, Cramer is 50/50%, another words, he is pure momo junky, IF stock market will crater tomorrow, he'll tell you that he said to get defensive last week.

      3 titans = Soros, Jimmy Rogers, Doug Kass

    • Most accurate description of what's happened the past week, including today. Get beyond his "act", and he's the sharpest tool on financial TV. Adummy has got to be the worst.
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      You have got to be kidding me , right???

      I'm not sure who is the biggest moron, you or him! Do you even have a clue what you're saying?

      This clown said to....sell, sell, sell friday. Do you know what sell means? This was right after he said buy, buy, buy the week before the market crashed. Do you understand what it means when he says buy? HUH????

      You're clueless! Don't bother responding I just put your lame a$$ on ignore.

 
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