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James J. Cramer

June 4, 2007 | Features
Cramer vs. Cramer

“Why does everybody hate me?” The Wall Street maniac explains his critics, the market, and himself.

May 7, 2007 | The Bottom Line
Bank on I-Banks

Don’t hate investment bankers for raking in millions. Invest in their absurdly profitable (yet still undervalued) outfits and share the wealth.

March 12, 2007 | The Bottom Line
Crash Insurance

Last week’s Dow collapse wasn’t really about China or a recession. It was plain old slow growth. Biotech stocks are one remedy.

February 12, 2007 | The Bottom Line
The Bush-proof Portfolio

The president’s foolhardy foreign policy and wanton spending have investors fleeing to foreign exchanges. It’s time to join them.

January 8, 2007 | The Bottom Line
Lucky 2007

An equity shortage, a new M&A boom, a weak dollar, and lower interest rates point to another year of big winnings on Wall Street.

December 25, 2006 |
Because Happy Days Aren’t Just Here Again. They’re Gonna Stick Around for a While

This year, the Dow Jones cleared the 12,000 bar for the first time, the Standard & Poor’s 500 climbed to five-year highs, and the city’s unemployment rate hit a 30-year low. That’s nothing. Wait until you see what’s going to happen next.

November 27, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Attention, Wal-Mart Shoppers

The real problem isn’t the global megaretailer’s rapacious image. It’s the company’s flagging business fortunes.

November 6, 2006 | The Bottom Line
This One Goes to Thirteen

Falling oil prices, a halt in interest-rate hikes, and a wave of hedge-fund buying sent the Dow above 12,000. Now they’ll take it higher.

October 9, 2006 | The Bottom Line
After Amaranth

Yes, there are out-of-control hedge-fund managers out there. But the real problems are overaggressive marketing and overeager investors.

September 18, 2006 | The Bottom Line
Bright Sumner

Sumner Redstone’s surprise ousting of Viacom CEO Tom Freston may have looked crazy. But the octogenarian media mogul’s idea may still shine.

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