Jim Cramer Birthday (February 10th)

Jim Cramer Birthday (February 10th)

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer (James J. Cramer) is born February 10, 1955. He is lived in Summit, New Jersey in U.S. He is an American television star. He is the host of the CNBC Television show ‘Mad Money’. He is the co-founder of TheStreet.com. He is a donor of New York, Time magazines. He lives with his wife and children in Summit, New Jersey. He said to the Viewers, “Believe it or not, a lot of people want this market to go lower" for the program of "Mad Money" on Friday. He is shown on ‘The Daily Show’ with Stewart on CNBC. He talked about the ‘small advertising’ is damaged the markets and investors. He criticized the CNBC journalistic responsibilities. The firm reports are not correct.

But he did not agree with Jon Stewart. For his part, he disagreed with Stewart on a few points, but mostly approved that he could have done a better job foreseeing the economic collapse: "We all should have seen it more." Cramer agreed with Stewart that short selling was detrimental and stated his opposition to it.

Jon Stewart played some video clips that Cramer argued a spread of bad rumors. He can be able to do something. At the end of the interview,he advised to Cramer, “Maybe we can remove ‘In Cramer We Trust’ and get back to real reporting and I can go back to making fart noises and funny faces.” Jim Cramer reacts, “I think we make that deal right here.” At first, I am not involved. He said that the last night’s show is very fun. Stewart says, "You should be buying things and accept that they're overvalued but accept that they're going to keep going higher," he said in one of the clips Stewart had earlier hurled against him, noting, "I probably wouldn't have a problem with CNBC if Jim Cramer slogan was ‘Jim Cramer: He's right sometimes,' or 'Cramer: He's like a dartboard that talks.’ "

Jon Stewart attacked CNBC to break up with him for his better life. Jon Stewart told that the distortion of the financial crisis as "some sort of crazy once-in-a-lifetime tsunami that nobody could have seen coming" he called "disingenuous at best and criminal at worst". He is hosted "The Martha Stewart Show" in the early morning. He declared that he was "a little nervous" about going on "The Daily Show". Martha Stewart reacts, "You should be nervous".

"I try really hard to make as many good calls as I can."
"I should do a better job."
"I wish I'd done a better job."
"I'm trying. I'm trying."

Jim Cramer says, "I'm not Eric Sevareid, I'm not Edward R. Murrow. I'm a guy trying to do an entertainment show about business." Like Stewart, he said, he wanted his show to be "successful" and to "bring in younger people." Jon Stewart says, "I understand you want to make finance entertaining," he said, "but . . . you knew what the banks were doing and yet were touting it for months and months. . . . These guys were on a Sherman's march through their companies financed by our 401(k) s, and all the incentives for their companies were for short term . . . and they . . . walked away rich as hell. And you guys knew it was going on.” Jon Stewart says, "I hope that was as uncomfortable to watch as it was to do." in the end of the show.