In last Wednesday's CNBC-sponsored "Your Money, Your Vote" Republican Presidential Debate, an intriguing question was posed that goes to the heart of the issue "to what extent should America be willing to rely on the private sector for our economic recovery?"
In the elevator moving 9 floors up the Museum of Art and Design to Robert Restaurant, C and Jeffrey Toobin hotly debated the news of the day: the tria...
The Cramer interview is breathtaking in exposing the administration's total lack of understanding of the distorted formation of the price of oil and gasoline in today's markets and seemingly impervious to its cost to the economy and its destructive impact on jobs.
It's been a week of thuggery on London streets, Syria's cities and on stock markets.
Maybe if Cramer had gone to class and paid attention to his teachers, he would have learned not to breach his obligation to clients, as he now has done.
Robert Gibbs announced yesterday that he is stepping down from his post as White House Press Secretary. What are some of most hilarious things he's said over the last two years?
McLean and Nocera don't give us an idea as to where to look for angels. But the book is comprehensive, and I feel certain that all the devils are here.
The notion that there is a guru out there who can pick stocks or time the market has cost Americans trillions of dollars. The charade continues every day in brokerage offices across the country.
Cramer outlines a recommended trading strategy, but doesn't tell investors how to implement this strategy. The movement of stock prices is random, often driven by tomorrow's news, which no one knows.
Some call TV talking furniture. That's wrong. It's screaming furniture. I'm not expecting television to be nice, but much of that angry noise shows us new ways to rehearse anger, not reduce it.
The real scandal of the entire bailout mess was how money was funneled through AIG to pay "counterparties" like Goldman Sachs 100 cents on the dollar.
In perhaps the most unsurprising news since Tiger's decision to return for the Masters, Lenny Dykstra losing all of his money to late night infomercia...
The know-it-alls in our lives have read and listened to the entire Western Canon yet still find the time to go to every new restaurant, club and museum exhibit.
"Some things make the markets go higher, some things make the markets go lower," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show last Monday. ...
The fact is, no one knows because no one truly understands the mechanism of an infinitely complex global market machine. But there's always the temptation.
Crossposted with the Center for American Progress. With Mickey Ehrlich Last week the new jobs report showed that the unemployment rate had fallen by...