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James J. Cramer

February 4, 2002 | The Bottom Line
Pumping Enron

The Enron scandal isn't half as complicated as the press is making it out to be -- in fact, it's one of Wall Street's oldest and most venerable scams.

January 14, 2002 | The Bottom Line
Stop, Thieves!

Democrats want to hang the Enron scandal on Republicans, but if they really cared about the ordinary investors who got screwed, they'd go after the real criminals.

January 7, 2002 | The Bottom Line
The Reluctant Bride

What if they gave a bull market and nobody came? That's the way it feels right now, as stocks keep advancing but wary investors still manage to resist their charms.

December 10, 2001 | The Bottom Line
The Oracle Speaks!

The Trading Goddess, also known as She Who Must Be Obeyed, had been strangely silent of late; then, while Christmas shopping in Jersey, she decided to rock my world.

November 26, 2001 | The Bottom Line
A Bull Is Born

Sure, everyone hates the market. But with interest rates low and investment alternatives scarce, September 22 may have marked a new beginning.

November 12, 2001 | The Bottom Line
Best Behavior

My heroes are the corporate leaders who don't use September 11 to excuse poor performance; it would do your conscience -- not to mention your wallet -- good to support them.

October 22, 2001 | The Bottom Line
Attention, Shoppers!

There's always a bull market somewhere: you just have to know where to look -- and when the Dow's in the dumps, smart buyers head for their local supermarket.

October 1, 2001 | Feature
Post-traumatic Street Disorder

As one Wall Streeter stepped over the rubble and rebooted his Bloomberg last week, he found that depressed traders -- not the depressed economy -- were driving the sell-off.

September 24, 2001 | Feature
On Wall Street,
Losses Can Never Be Whole Again
September 10, 2001 | The Bottom Line
Mutual Fund Hara-Kiri

Our possibly certifiable columnist invested $125,000 in 50 top mutual funds to see how they'd perform for a year. Now he's -- much -- poorer. And wiser.

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