Cramer on Banks & Books: Fiction, Fiction, Fiction

This morning on CNBC my friend Jim Cramer had a truly impassioned harangue of the banks, SEC, and mortgage insurers. Definitely a must-watch.

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Along the way, Cramer makes — in his inimitable way — a book pick. You have to love anyone who can be going off on the mono-line mortgage insurers, and then do a mid-sentence pivot to recommend John O’Hara’s  classic Appointment in Samarra novel from 1934. One of a kind.

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Comments

  1. Spectator says:

    Indeed, one of a kind of shameless shill. He urges people to buy the bottom on financials one day, and tears into them the next. Easier than to just admit he was completely wrong, I guess.

  2. Mayo says:

    Shameless shill…
    Perhaps, but sometimes it takes a court jester to tell the truth!

  3. Mayo says:

    Shameless shill…
    Perhaps, but sometimes it takes a court jester to tell the truth!

  4. Rich Gere says:

    New York Post: “Should stock jockey Jim Cramer be locked up for aiding and abetting the subprime market meltdown?…”
    http://www.nypost.com/seven/01182008/business/mad_jim_cramer_loses_golden_50k_bet_44498.htm

  5. Rich Gere says:

    Oops, the url got cut-off to the Cramer NY Post article . Here is it again, http://shrinkster.com/u06