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Mad Money with Jim Cramer Ratings

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Mad Money, launched on March 14, 2005, is an educational finance television show broadcast on the national cable television network CNBC and hosted by Jim Cramer. The program's focus is to help its viewers, who own stocks and feel like they are on the outside looking in, become better investors by analyzing stocks and the market through the prism of events. Mad Money, which is recorded at CNBC's headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, occasionally with a live studio audience, features lively guest interviews, viewer calls, and the fiery opinions of Cramer himself. Mad Money is aired on CNBC on weekdays, Monday through Friday, at 6-7pm ET.

Jim Cramer, who also serves as co-anchor on Squawk on the Street, believes there is always a bull market somewhere; and by equipping his viewers with the right knowledge and tools, they will be empowered to find it. In his words: “I sometimes play a clown, too, and I'm proud of it... So even though the purists think I can't be rigorous because I have sound effects and props, I'm going to keep up the humor, keep up the education and keep trying to help you make money.” In short, Jim Cramer is the viewer's personal guide through the jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through both opportunities and pitfalls with the ultimate goal of making money.

Mad Money Ratings Chart

Ratings chart for Mad Money show on CNBC

Mad Money Historical Ratings

DateDemo A25-54Demo P2+P2+ Gain
RankAudienceChangeRankAudienceChange
Jun 20215338,000-7%56194,000-11%+411%
May 20215241,000-13%54218,000-4%+432%
Apr 20215447,000-11%57227,000-12%+383%
Mar 20215853,000-10%60257,000-8%+385%
Feb 20215359,000+5%54279,000+16%+373%
Dec 20205756,200+17%61240,000+6%+327%
Nov 20205948,000+12%62227,000+5%+373%
Oct 20205043,000-22%52216,000-8%+402%
Sep 20205055,000+4%51235,000+327%
Aug 20205153,000-10%51234,000-4%+342%
Jul 20204959,000-17%50245,000-9%+315%
Jun 20204671,00049269,000+279%

CNBC Top Programs

RankNameR-ChgAudienceA-Chg
1Squawk on the Street271,00011
2Fast Money Halftime Report1258,00015
3The Exchange229,00015
4TechCheck225,00013
5Closing Bell221,00013
6Power Lunch217,00014
7The News with Shepard Smith2197,0004
8Mad Money1194,00011
9Fast Money1182,00014
10Squawk Box1136,0001
11Options Action1132,00018
12Worldwide Exchange49,0004

Comments (9)

  1. Kenny GriffinKenny Griffin
    Jul 27, 2021 00:38 GMT

    Me and Jim go way back. We love to put the screws to all the sheep. 🐑 YA

  2. Clifford RoeClifford Roe
    Jul 27, 2021 13:56 GMT

    I’m a senior and like most of my peers I watch CNBC but turn off the sound while Cramer is on. He knocks Cathie Woods but he can’t match her record. I saw on YouTube where he was caught by an open mike explaining how he tries to manipulate the market. Seems his lack of ethics is starting to rub of on cnbc.

  3. Jeff EpsteinJeff Epstein
    Jul 27, 2021 11:49 GMT

    Andy is a complete pompous idiot. I’d watch the show again to see Joe beat the crap out of him. He’s a whipping boy and the wife must wear the pants in the family. Is Andy really a guy?

  4. BenBen
    Jun 20, 2021 14:33 GMT

    Cramer has become a mouthpiece for the left wing MSM and big corporations. He criticizes every Republican and Conservative policy but champions Joe Biden Constantly, while ignoring the humanitarian crisis on the border. He portrays himself as a social justice warrior, but ignores Biden"s disastrous policy on our southern border.

  5. RicRic
    Feb 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.

  6. shane c marcellshane c marcell
    Feb 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.

  7. shane c marcellshane c marcell
    Feb 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.

  8. NoahNoah
    Jan 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!

    1. Ramon RodriguezRamon Rodriguez
      Jul 14, 2021 22:27 GMT

      I have money following his recommendations.
      I have learn a lot and I thanks him for that

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