CNBC “Mad Money” Exposed

     “Mad Money” is a fun show with many novel and re-run ideas but is really taken too seriously by the public. People need to be more cautious with others and their own money.

     Host Jim Cramer is very articulate, manic, and entertaining. That is it. CNBC has been airing an entertaining daily show at 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time; taking all his recommendations is just plain ridiculous.

     One day this summer I phoned CNBC in NYC. When I asked if I could ask the show host a question, the receptionist hesitated, issued an annoying snort, snapped “No”, and abruptly hung up.

     It is pointless to call that 800 number anymore. I am practically convinced that all viewer call-ins are pre-arranged and staged.

     I also wonder how much Cramer’s network is paying each one of the CEOs who come into the “Mad Money” studio for a live interview?

     At any rate, beware of the advertisers and make trades with your broker that you trust. The bottom-line is that your mad money is yours and yours alone. You can give your cash away to anyone else if it makes you feel better.

     Good luck and enjoy the stock market games!

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Posted on December 13, 2010, in Stock and Commodities. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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