The DudeOct 6, 2021 03:16 GMT
Shout out to Sara Eisen, she has more balls than any other CNBC personality(includes all the men). Out of the gate, she asks Elizabeth Warren the most pointed questions (the most dangerous man-Powell, ridiculous), Warren was on the defensive rest of the interview, Warren who claims of American Indian heritage which she used to her advantage and her firing due to pregnancy in her presidential debate, questionable facts. Later on Bloomberg, David "cuckold" Westin interviewed Warren, cuckold asked softball questions and Warren dominated the rest of the interview.
Eisen did the same to Peter "fringe economist/headcase" Navarro, she was not intimated with him as others and he had a couple of hem-and-haw moments with her, CNBC is lucky to have her, most of their personnel are milquetoast.
AnonymousOct 7, 2021 19:53 GMT
Jul 15, 2021 · Jim Cramer says ‘I’m calling the top right here for oil’. Published Thu, Jul 15 202110:42 AM EDT. Pippa Stevens @PippaStevens13. Share.
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AnonymousOct 7, 2021 20:00 GMT
Feb 02, 2020 · “I’m done with fossil fuels. They’re done. They’re just done.” CNBC’s Jim Cramer didn’t even feel the need to address the disappointing earnings from the oil …
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Sister, daughter, sister, daughter, etc... please make a stand, everybody can be a flip-flopper
Randy KSep 21, 2021 02:50 GMT
I couldn't hold it anymore after Scott Wapner did Jenny Harrington wrong and blowing up his boy's ego (Downtown Josh-immature unbalanced millennial). Wapner is the provocateur who uses conflicts to create drama and the world's most famous Monday night quarterback who puts his team/money managers on the spot(untimely trades). If I was on his show, I would quit this clown show who needs this grief and look like a fool. Wapner is just a sadistic host who is Cramer's waterboy or Cramer's brown noser whichever you prefer.
Randy KJul 23, 2021 09:34 GMT
I can't handle that shallow, unfunny, hypocritical, mentally unbalanced, Jim Cramer, please put him to the pasture as you did with Sue Herrera, Ron Insana, etc, etc. He makes stupid comments/has retarded opinions. Also, the most uncharismatic and obnoxious millennial man, Dan Nathan, is a sourpuss and unpleasant. Josh "needs therapy" Brown makes Dan a charmer, please evaluate them
DaveSep 10, 2021 23:26 GMT
I’m a big Cramer fan. I learn a lot from him. Love his personality
JPMJun 23, 2021 12:47 GMT
Mike Santoli and Rick Santelli are the best parts of CNBC. The only reason I watch is for what Mike says.
GregNov 17, 2020 02:02 GMT
CNBC has gone way left.
Mr Cramer did his very best politicizing every business topic during the election against President Trump. Plus he truly spreads fear over Covid and professes his superiority in intelligence about the topic. Carl & David have been rolling their eyes and have tried to reel him in to no avail....Their show now brings no real business value as the commentary is just Cramer rants and there is no credible stock analysis. Cramer should go into pushing Penny stocks , I think he’d be good at that.
BTW , Shep is awful.
Randy KSep 8, 2021 23:40 GMT
I agree with most of your comments, I find Shep's show watchable, I fast-forward Mad Money so I don't have to listen to really retarded/hypocritical/self-braggadocio opinions and avoid Downtown Josh (unbearable to listen and watch ), I just switch over to FOX or BLOOMBERG
Ezra GoldsteinJul 28, 2021 05:05 GMT
Cramer is such a vaxtard I cant watch any more. I used to watch Mad Money every single day for years
BryceFeb 7, 2021 01:34 GMT
CNBC has gone crazy with its anti-white globo-homo agenda. The network might as well be called the FED show given that they spend their time debating how much more money needs to be printed. These people and their viewers are idiots.
DaneJul 15, 2021 02:14 GMT
I am very partial to Melissa Lee and her crew. Honest, entertaining and informative banter and she adds charm and humor as she controls those egos. I wish she debated her panelists and guests more often and more aggressively as opposed to one question and then on to the next person or topic. It’s unfortunate when she is off, as has been happening more often recently.
VitoFeb 12, 2021 13:38 GMT
I watched CNBC every day for over 15 years; however, for the past few years, the channel has only one side talking points; Squawk Box had a balance of commentary, but not anymore. Cramer, Andrew Ross Sorkin's analysis is only one side of the political topics. I am done with the CNBC and Squawk Box for now.
RichFeb 20, 2021 15:05 GMT
I use to love Cramer .. every day for years. He was suppose to be a non partisan voice. But not for the last few months. Every day he had to criticize Trump. I can turn to politics and the division in our country no matter where I go. I didn’t want it here. And Cramer pretends to be neutral. No doubt he sold out to supplement his own portfolio and stock picking loses. He contradicts himself with losing predictions and ridiculous rants every day. Faber and Carl are great but as long as Cramer is there -....No more for me. And definitely no more Mad Money. He is a guy I could have probably enjoyed hanging with.. but now he is acting like a prejudiced man. Good luck with that Jim.