BTW, I don't recall Cramer recommending a sell of F at $7 up from the bottom of about $2. It's possible I suppose. Regardless, the key with Cramer is in not jumping into whatever he's recommending. If it intrigues you, take your time, research it, wait for a pullback, buy in scales. Maybe I'm good at sifting through his recommendations or just lucky, but I'm consistently beating the markets by employing his principles.
Why do people think that cramer is right most of the time? The guy is basically a TV talk show host not unlike Conan, Leno, Hannity, O'Reilly, Joy, (blecch), Kudlow, Oprah,...he happens to use Finance to entertain folks, as others use politics or whatever.