Journalist: Herb Greenberg

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Herb Greenberg (born June 8, 1952 in Miami, Florida) is an American journalist. In November 2014 he started a new investment research firm called GVB Research, which was subsequently renamed Pacific Square Research. He had rejoined TheStreet on August 16, 2013 as a commentator and editor of Herb Greenberg’s Reality Check newsletter. He also continues as a contributor for CNBC, where Greenberg had been senior market commentator since June 2010..

Prior to joining CNBC, Greenberg left journalism to start a stock research firm with Debbie Meritz, an analyst and accountant. The firm, Greenberg Meritz Research & Analytics, was subscription-only and was targeted to institutional investors, investment banks and accounting firms. Continue reading “Journalist: Herb Greenberg”

Article: As gold crashes, Jim Cramer says money is ‘all going to crypto’

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As gold crashes, Jim Cramer says money is ‘all going to crypto’

Cointelegraph, 08 January 2021

As the price of gold plunged on Friday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said the rise of crypto may partly explain the sudden disinterest in the precious metal — a potential sign that the mainstream has flipped the script on Bitcoin (BTC) and digital assets.
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Article: Apple and Tesla distort S&P 500 performance, says Jim Cramer

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Apple and Tesla distort S&P 500 performance, says Jim Cramer

Ben Lovejoy, 21 August 2020

CNBC Mad Money host Jim Cramer says that strong performance by Apple and Tesla has led to a misleading impression of the performance of S&P 500 stocks.

Cramer said that the S&P has grown more than 50% since its coronavirus low in March, but this is mostly due to the performance of tech giants, with Apple and Tesla particularly influential …

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Article: CNBC’s Jim Cramer says enough is enough: ‘This is the beginning of the end of the selloff’

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer says enough is enough: ‘This is the beginning of the end of the selloff’

Shawn Langlois, 21 June 2020

The stock market was getting beaten up pretty badly midway through Monday’s trading session, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.38% down more than 800 points amid rising concerns of another spike in COVID-19 cases in Europe.

But CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer, who has been telling his viewers for weeks to consider locking in profit, doesn’t seem to be too worried about it.

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Article: How Jim Cramer Is Approaching Bank Stocks

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How Jim Cramer Is Approaching Bank Stocks

Katherine Ross, 21 June 2020

A report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists found five global banks moved “staggering sums of illicit cash for shadowy characters and criminal networks that have spread chaos and undermined democracy around the world.”

The report said that JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank and other financial services companies had defied money laundering crackdowns even after being fined by U.S. authorities.

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Article: Cramer on rampant market speculation: ‘I’ve never seen so many games played with stocks’

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Cramer on rampant market speculation: ‘I’ve never seen so many games played with stocks’

Jesse Pound, 09 June 2020

CNBC’s Jim Cramer cautioned investors on Tuesday to avoid the risky stocks favored by day traders these days amid rampant speculation in the market.

“I’ve never seen so many games played with stocks, which is that, ‘hey, we’re taking this one up today. We’re taking that one up today,’” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.”

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Media: Jim Cramer

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James J. Cramer is an American television personality, and host of Mad Money on CNBC. He is a former hedge fund manager,  author, and a co-founder of TheStreet.com. In 1984, Cramer became a stockbroker at Goldman Sachs, where he worked on sales and trading. In 1987, Cramer left Goldman Sachs and started a hedge fund, Cramer & Co. (later Cramer, Berkowitz & Co.). From 2002 to 2005, Cramer co-hosted Kudlow & Cramer (first called America Now) with Larry Kudlow. Cramer received a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School. 

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Article: 9 FINANCIAL GURUS WHO’VE GIVEN TERRIBLE ADVICE

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9 FINANCIAL GURUS WHO’VE GIVEN TERRIBLE ADVICE

Accounting Degree, 01 June 2020

Many Americans turn to financial gurus for personal finance advice. Twenty-four-hour news stations, online media, and a wealth of financial books have made it easy to tune into your financial wizard of choice. And while there’s a lot of good advice being shared by financial gurus, even the best are bound to slip up at some point. Here, we’ll take a look at financial gurus, some good and some bad, that have at one point given terrible advice to their fans and clients.
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Subject: Kevin Cramer (R-ND)

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U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) is a minority member of the US Senate Committee on Banking.  He was elected to the United States Senate on November 6, 2018 after serving three terms as North Dakota’s At-Large Member of the United States House of Representatives.  He  also serves on the Armed Services, Environment and Public Works, Veterans Affairs. Cramer has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, a Master’s degree in Management from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota, and was conferred the degree of Doctor of Leadership, honoris causa, by the University of Mary on May 4, 2013.

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Article: Jim Cramer fires entire staff after soundboard calls him a stock pumper

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Jim Cramer fires entire staff after soundboard calls him a stock pumper

Richard Landenstein

TheStonkMarket.com, 29 April 2020

Cramer has faced criticism recently by anonymous finance-focused Twitter accounts with accusations that he is a “shill” who pumps stock prices regardless of the consequences. “I block anyone who suggests I pump stocks. I’m one of the people.” Cramer explained. “It doesn’t matter what I’ve said in the past. It’s only a stock pump if I say it is.

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Article: Why this screenshot of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer is ‘everything that is wrong with America’

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Why this screenshot of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer is ‘everything that is wrong with America’

Shawn Langlois, 14 April 2020

In many ways, last week was one of the darkest stretches in American history.

The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. — now topping 23,000 — skyrocketed as families continued to huddle in their homes uncertain of what’s next, while an unthinkable number of more than 16 million people have now filed for unemployment amid an economy grappling with the shutdown.

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Article: After Mysterious On-Air Phone Call, CNBC’s Jim Cramer Says Trump Admin Considering His Coronavirus Ideas

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After Mysterious On-Air Phone Call, CNBC’s Jim Cramer Says Trump Admin Considering His Coronavirus Ideas

CNBC host and former hedge fund manager Jim Cramer announced that he thinks the federal government is considering some of his idea to combat economic uncertainty during the coronavirus crisis Thursday, after taking a mysterious “important call” live on air.

As Cramer was discussing ways for the U.S. government to help the market, his phone began to ring.

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