Book Review: Jim Cramer’s Real Money

After watching, avoiding, becoming addicted, disgusted, and generally amused by Jim Cramer’s television personality I thought a richer understanding of the man and his methods was worthwhile. (I believe it is better to understand someone fully and truely have an opinion, instead of those who make moral and practical judgements with lesser information) So – the book was interesting. I enjoyed his positiveness and direct attitude (not once did he use the “it depends” statement). He presents a few very succinct strategies for investing, and makes it simple for anyone to understand how to invest. Bottom Line: I was buy it when it goes on sale in your area (I purchased it when Amazon was removing some excess inventory for 80% off cover price), Once you boil down what he outlines on paper – it follows common sense investing, but without his book some people would foolishly leave all their money in their employer – such as the financial experts at Bear Sterns.

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