This was one of the great book I read since I am learning. New investors/traders ( dummies lime me) should read this book.
Whisper in my ear
"I read this book and all I am thinking, how come I can't call the CEO of a company and have them whisper in my ear? When Cramer started out he was good at picking stocks, but this book made him look bad. But he is very rich now. ---> David"
Good easy read about a hedge fund and an IPO
"This was a quick & easy read, so I can forgive it for not *bursting* with great info. Still a good read and another viewpoint into how hedge funds work. The other reviews here cover that section pretty well. There were several chapters about thestreet.com that could be skipped if you are read Read more...
LOVED this book about Jim Cramer
A classic story about a wall street trader who almost blew up but was saved by a heroin, his wife. I loved this book because it told the story about Jim Cramer and his struggle as the first person to launch a trading website and make calls about the stocks he liked. I found the story to be fascina Read more...
It's hard to think of anyone more intense or opinionated, or who wears as many hats as James Cramer. In Confessions of a Street Addict, the man who first made a name for himself on Wall Street successfully managing his hedge fund--and then became famous on Main Street with his manic appearances on C Read more...
Don't like Jim, but this was OK
I'm not really a fan of Jim Cramer, although his tv show can be fun to watch. But this book gives some great lessons from the stock market that you should know.
Not to say i take any of cramers advice on his show. But these is a great book about a hardcore trader. Worth the read for sure
love jim cramer and love this book.. must read for cramer fans
Couldn't put this book down
An insightful read on what makes Cramer go crazy. Much like an autobiography, it portrays the window into the hedge fund industry. Cramer exposes his successes and mistakes. Couldn't put this book down, very entertaining.