shane c marcellFeb 26, 2021 16:02 GMT
His ratings chart looks as shorted as Gamestonk!! GME stonks!!!! Lol he's shorting his own show probably.
Funny it's against law to write checks to each other to float the check. But it's OK in stock market lol.
shane c marcellFeb 26, 2021 15:55 GMT
I love how Cramer pissed at Gamestonk!! You all are pot calling kettle black criticizing retail traders for gambling on stocks you all gamble on but you manipulate to your advantage. See the same Algorithm here everywhere in everything they do is crackling. It's not wsbs reddit it's you all doing this but your Algorithms not quite right it's infected and it's spreading through everything your using to suppress it. Locked it a death spiral to death over GME. Stonks won't ever be same neither can politics after how our country treated Trump for 4 years.
RicFeb 20, 2021 15:09 GMT
I used to watch Cramer every day. But no more. He used to be non-partisan and neutral. If I wanted a referendum on current politics there are many channels and places I can turn to and I don’t ..... it’s a divided country. I am disappointed in Cramer. He has now turned into a prejudicial man ....no doubt sold out to supplement his losing portfolio and stock pics. I am done with him. Good luck Jim with your prejudicial views.
victorFeb 21, 2021 15:51 GMT
cnbc is a FED defender.
cnbc ignores what is really happening in the financial world
ever since 2008, all the so-called growth in the economy & GDP has been because of money printing
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.
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.
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.
NoahJan 3, 2021 15:40 GMT
News, education and entertainment without being boring - try that for size - enjoyed it as the only newsworthy station especially in the last year - Jim Cramer is a gem!
StromDec 29, 2020 10:02 GMT
Shep is great. Worldwide Exchange is great since Brian Sullivan took over. Cramer should be taken off the morning show as he adds no real investing advice and far too much fanboy for any CEO who will talk to him. Too much switching around of good hosts.
BrianDec 23, 2020 19:15 GMT
Tyler constantly puts his foot in his mouth,
Commenting on how nice the houses look in a reporter backdrop , right after a segment on not enough money in the stimulus for apartment buildings. Such a pill.