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  • checking_here checking_here Jul 21, 2011 1:35 PM Flag

    Cramer eating CROW today..all against him

    TZOO, NFLX, LULU, and CRM.

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    • Cramer is a pathoglical liar. When he's wrong, he spins his former view. Since he was caught red-handed in a lie a few years ago, he's too nervous about what may appear on U-tube to categorically deny what he actually said.

      In 2000 and 2005, Cramer was able to weasal out of his bald-face erroneous calls. He can't do that anymore. So, he's less inclined to try to cover up his mistakes.

      He looks bad on his NFLX call but he's kept his mouth shut about denying what he said about how he thinks the 60% price increase was fantastic. the shares were about $297 when he was saying the sky is the limit.

      • 2 Replies to awinkandasmile_m
      • Cramer is largely a momentum player. He pays some attention to the fundamentals, but is primarily guided by momentum.

        He will be eating serious crow in a few months. CSCO and INTC are not dying and certainly not dead. They have been ignored in favor of momentum. QE2 is done. The domestic economy is challenged. The dollar is weak and getting weaker long term (although may strengthen near term). I want to hold companies with strong balance sheet, deeply entrenched leadership positions with strong global earnings. I guarantee I will outperform Cramer's FADSCAN over the next 2-3 years.

        When small companies struggle with cash flow / solvency over the next few years, all of the large cap techs will use their cash to buy AWESOME technology for $.10 on the $1. They will dominate into the future. They are smarter than WS is giving them credit for. They are holding the cash for a VERY GOOD REASON.

      • Who's bald ?

    • Cramer isn't going to have to answer to Fund holders for buying at the top in hopes of perpetuating a short squeeze rather than acting responsibly and taking profits. I've posted a lot more detail on the LULU board, but everyone who thinks clearly should get out of any tech/growth mutual funds that you are holding. The institutions have ridden QE2 and the squeeze play to astronomical valuations. As an asset class, tech/growth funds have no room for multiple expansion and a lot of room for multiple compression (QE2 ending, possible debt downgrade will re-price risk assets).

      I suspect many of them are starting to sell into the squeeze because the are being responsible instead of negligent. In fact, those that do are positioned to perform exceptionally well through the end of 2011 and into 2012. They can get out of overpriced MOMO stocks and get into relatively undervalued large cap growth stocks (AAPL, GOOG, INTC) that will sustain their valuation pretty well even with a shock to the markets. Other managers will have to at far lower prices and face larger redemptions.

      That's the reality right now...

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