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James J. Cramer

October 10, 2005 | The Bottom Line
The Gold Parachute

Or, how to stop worrying and save yourself from the president’s profligate spending and stubborn insistence on no new taxes.

September 12, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Google Is a Steal at $280 a Share

The search-engine giant may seem overpriced, but gun-shy analysts, afraid of hyping stocks in the Spitzer era, have actually undervalued it.

August 22, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Time to Switch Horses

Oil’s north of $60, yet ExxonMobil’s stuck in the middle of the pack. Dump your tired old blue chips and trade them in for newer, faster ponies.

June 27, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Phil Purcell's People Problem

It wasn’t just bad management that brought down the Morgan Stanley chief. It was also the fact that no one could stand him.

May 30, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Rich Stocks for a Steal

Cheap chic is out. Wealth, or the appearance of it, is in. That’s bad for Wal-Mart, good for Neiman Marcus.

May 2, 2005 | The Bottom Line
No Bear There

The market’s recent nosedive was allegedly caused by four factors. The thing is, none of them really matters.

April 4, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Crude Math

The coming oil boom; or, How to stop worrying and profit from sky-high—and headed higher?—prices.

February 14, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Mergers on the Verge

Which billion-dollar companies are about to join forces and form multi-billion-dollar companies? A 2005 M&A forecast.

January 3, 2005 | The Bottom Line
Future Stock

Wal-Mart will stumble, the stock exchange will move to Chicago, major airlines will cease to exist, and other humble predictions for 2005.

December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
Howard Stern Blasted Into Outer Space.

With the shock jock and Mel Karmazin onboard, Sirius, and satellite radio, got serious.

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