“Mad Money” takes viewers inside the mind of one of Wall Street’s most respected and successful money managers for free. Cramer is listeners’ personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind—to help you make money. “Mad Money” features the unmatched, fiery opinions of Jim Cramer and the popular Lightning Round, in which he gives his buy, sell and hold opinions on stocks to callers.
Next Week's Game Plan, Vail Resorts & Off The Charts 9/30/22
Stocks fell once again, with the Dow tumbling 500 points and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq wrapping up their first three-quarter losing streak since 2009 and Cramer is guiding investors through the volatility. First, Cramer is outlining his Game Plan for next week and sharing the major data and earnings reports that he's watching. Then, Vail Resorts was an outperformer in a volatile week, but has it "peaked" or can it keep going higher? Cramer's giving you his take. Plus, a round of fan-favorite "Am I Diversified."
What The Fed Wans, Morgan Stanley CEO & Used Car Stocks 9/29/22
The Dow finished down more than 400 points, with the S&P hitting a fresh closing low for 2022, and Jim Cramer is helping investors navigate the market as it falls deeper into bear territory. First, with the Fed driving the action in stocks, Cramer's sharing what the Fed is looking for in the fight against inflation and how the market might react if the Fed isn't seeing it. Then, in a two-part interview, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sits down with Cramer to talk about the Fed and rate hikes, building wealth, crypto, Morgan Stanley's acquisitions and more. Plus, Carmax plummeted 25% off disappointing earnings - Cramer's looking closer at the used car space to see if the cooling market could be good news on the inflation front.
Paychex Incoming & Outgoing CEOs, lululemon Top Brass & Off The Charts 9/28/22
The Dow climbed 500 points, rebounding from yesterday's lows and breaking a 6-day losing streak, and Jim Cramer is guiding investors through what drove the market higher today. First, Paychex's outgoing CEO Marty Mucci and incoming CEO John Gibson stop by to talk about the upcoming leadership transition and what it means for the company. Then, lululemon Chief Brand Officer Nikki Neuburger sits down with Cramer to talk about the new at-home fitness program lululemon Studio. Plus, Cramer goes Off The Charts to track investor and consumer sentiment after the market's rally.
Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer 9/27/22
Listen to Jim Cramer’s personal guide through the confusing jungle of Wall Street investing, navigating through opportunities and pitfalls with one goal in mind - to help you make money.
CNBC Special Report: The Fed Factor 9/26/22
CNBC’s Brian Sullivan is joined by Steve Grasso, Tim Seymour, and others, digging into what the latest from the Fed means for markets and your money.
CNBC Special Report: Markets in Turmoil 9/23/22
This CNBC special report dives deep into this week’s tumultuous market action. The major averages closed off their session lows today but that didn’t stop the Dow from finishing at its worst levels of the year, closing at its lowest level since November 2020. The S&P 500 fell over four and a half percent for the week and the Nasdaq tumbled over five percent. Hosted by Frank Holland.
日本の株式の動きを理解するためには、アメリカの株式市場の動きを理解する必要がある。しかし玉石混淆、ウソ八百の番組やレポートの中で、Jim Cramerは実におもしろいし他者に比べればはるかに本当のことを語ってくれる。特に今回のサブプライム発・リーマン発の金融恐慌のボトムを3月に最初に指摘・公言した見識はさすが。Wall StreetJよりはるかに利用できる情報をタダで提供してくれている。また、とにかく元気なオジサンなので、株価が下がってブルーな時に聞くと元気が出るのも○。ただし日本人は嫌いのようなので、気分を害さないようにしてください。