We have Armageddon.
Want to make money?
No, I have yet to meet personally an individual who wants to make money.
Everybody that I know, wants to spend money — admit it, you do too. Making money is work.
Well — he will demonstrate how to make money — If you watch and listen, and learn.
He loves making money — it’s fun for him: it’s a way of keeping score. Who is a winner?
You are, for he is a brilliant Performer Artisan. Show me the money!
Not only does he educate, he is very entertaining to boot.
They [Artisans] believe that variety is the spice of life, and that doing things that aren’t fun or exciting is a waste of time. Artisans are impulsive, adaptable, competitive, and believe the next throw of the dice will be the lucky one. They can also be generous to a fault, always ready to share with their friends from the bounty of life. [Please Understand Me II]
He knows his stocks. He remembers almost all stocks on Wall Street: thousands of them. Lightning quick with his opinion. Buy, Sell, or Hold.
Jim Cramer is the host of Mad Money.
The cable television program Mad Money with Jim Cramer first aired on CNBC in 2005. According to CNBC’s Web site in an article titled, “Mad Money Manifesto” by Jim Cramer, the show’s mission statement and Cramer’s job
“…is not to tell you what to think, but to teach you how to think about the market like a pro. This show is not about picking stocks. It’s not about giving you tips that will make you money overnight – tips are for waiters. Our mission is educational, to teach you how to analyze stocks and the market through the prism of events.”
To provide viewers with “the knowledge and the tools that will empower you to be a better investor,” Mad Money features many segments, including: The Lightning Round,Game Plan, Execution Decision, Off the Charts, Sell Block, Market Marshmallows, Outrage of the Day, Mad Bull Disease, Am I Diversified, and Mad Mail. [Wikipedia]
He is a natural in entertaining while doing his job: teaching us about investing.
Performers are the people for whom it can truly be said “all the world’s a stage.” Born entertainers, they love the excitement of playing to an audience, and will quickly become the center of attention wherever they are. [Please Understand Me II]