For those of you that watch Jim Cramer’s Mad Money on CNBC consistently like I do you will know it is addictive to watch him and feel his passion. Jim Cramer has become one of my favorite Icons when it comes to stocks and money making. I can honestly say no one else gives me the rush like Cramer does and no one has even gotten me so interested in stocks and what each company is doing.
Advice that Jim Cramer Mad Money teaches you is to not be a “pig”. These days people do not hold onto their money forever into one fund. You have to sell it when its reached a point you feel will be its high point then buy it back when it goes lower if you must.
Jim Cramer Mad Money speaks highly of Google (GOOG), Gamestop (GME),Commerce Bank (CBH), Whole Foods (WMFI), and Halliburton (HAL) just to mention a few. Just because he speaks highly of them today does not mean he will speak highly of them next week. If you buy a stock you must stay informed of everything that company is doing to advance itself or take your money and run.
Two of the other plays he recommends for financial and housing related stocks are J.P. Morgan (JPM) and St. Joe (JOE). J.P. Morgan could be left out since the Bank of America purchase of MBNA. He recommends St. Joe as a long term hold since the Florida land bank can grow earnings over 50% this year. St. Joe is one of Florida’s largest real estate companies and is known as the state’s largest private landowner.
I am monitoring the stocks he picks on his show and plan to show which ones take off from his blessings. You can tune into Jim Cramer Mad Money on CNBC three times a day or catch him on AM radio. You can also find Jim Cramer on TheStreet.com and follow his stock alerts.
“There is always a bull market somewhere, you just have to find it,” says Jim Cramer. It is easier to find the bull market if you follow his Action Alerts Plus. If you sign up for Action Alerts Plus you get a few emails sent to you daily telling you before he buys or sells. The cost is almost $400 but it is worth it if you day trade or want to find out the best times to buy or sell stocks.