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James J. Cramer

December 15, 2003 | The Bottom Line
House Beautiful

Housing bubble? What housing bubble? The signs are in place for a further run-up in real estate. Breathe easy, mortgage holders. There’s still no place like home.

December 8, 2003 | The Bottom Line
An SEC of Woes

The federal financial-watchdog group is supposed to look out for the little guy. But as the recent mutual-fund scandals prove, it’s coddling the rich.

November 17, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Bubble Trouble?

Why the market may be ready for a sudden boom. And why investors should pray it doesn’t happen.

November 3, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Boring Is Hot!

How can you rebalance your portfolio? Start with some good old-fashioned staplers, cabinets, combination locks, and—yes—toilets.

October 20, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Bad Boys, Bad Boys

Whatcha gonna do? Slam-dunk prosecutions keep Wall Street on the straight and narrow. But not for long. Why every generation has to learn the same lesson.

October 6, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Delisted

C’mon—all NYSE chief Dick Grasso did was negotiate one hell of a pay package. His downfall has a lot more to do with how the money changed him.

September 22, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Clockers

A mutual-fund giant let Canary Capital turn back time to create a no-risk, all-profit paradise. Next up for the perps: the all-risk, no-profit world known as jail.

August 25, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Party, Over

The Dems are going after Bush the wrong way on the economy. Instead of blathering on about repealing tax breaks, here’s what they should be talking about.

August 11, 2003 | The Bottom Line
Back From the Dead

Turns out reports of the deaths of certain stocks were greatly exaggerated. Presenting five small caps that are—surprise—roaring back to health.

July 21, 2003 | The Bottom Line
High Five

All the easy money’s already been made in the bull market’s recent awakening, right? Guess again. Presenting five delicious ways to play the second half.

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