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James J. Cramer

December 20, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Ode to the Falling Dollar

Or, why we should stop worrying and learn to love our nation’s rapidly plummeting currency.

December 6, 2004 | Intelligencer
Blue-Light Specialist

A conversation with billionaire financier Eddie Lampert, the man who merged Kmart and Sears

November 29, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Going Private

The Bush plan to privatize Social Security and Medicare is a multi-billion-dollar disaster in the making. Perhaps the best we can do, ironically, is to copy the savings plan that federal employees get.

November 15, 2004 | The Bottom Line
IPOs, Dirt-Cheap

There’s a new boom in initial public stock offerings. And this time around, the merch is priced to sell.

November 1, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Outlook Murky

The Vioxx scandal is more than a headache for the long-beloved drug giant. It could be the death of the company as we know it.

October 18, 2004 | The Bottom Line
The Next Enron?

Fannie Mae says it did nothing wrong, but criminal indictments could be on the way.

October 4, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Buy High

With the rich getting richer, companies that cater to upmarket tastes have never looked like a better bargain.

September 13, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Campaign Finance

Which presidential candidate is more apt to boost the fortunes of your portfolio? Before you answer “W.,” do the math.

August 23, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Health South

Health-care stocks are headed downward whether Bush or Kerry wins this fall.

August 9, 2004 | The Bottom Line
Baby Bulls

The broad market indexes may be stuck in bear mode, but a pack of small, little-known stocks are charging ahead.

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