I don't hold anything against him. The best thing I can say about his work is he pointed LINE out to me. The bad news is that Cramer approval historically means swarms of "weak hands". The buyers he brings are not good. They are easily fooled into selling, which is exactly what LINE does not need. Personally I would be happier if he waited until after the CC. The institutions that understand the accounting and business have a lot of buying to do and they are in for the long term, not a quick buck.
I listen to him, I hear what he's saying but some time you have to look at the reality and the chances of the SEC coming down on LINE were close to nil. Listen to anyone you want on CNBC, just don't be a sheep