Tuesday and yesterday, Jim Cramer responded to a new batch of questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.
Anybody can ask, respond or comment at Stockpickr Answers; the top responders get ranked in our "Top Analysts" section.
Here are a few of the questions to which Cramer recently responded:
- Last week in the lightning round you once again reinforced that you were bullish on E*Trade (ETFC) - Get Report. Has your opinion changed since Schwab (SCHW) - Get Report posted a sixfold increase in net income?
With shares of E*Trade trading lower, should we be worried about the financials or is this a good time to back the truck up?
- Where would we be without that CEO Hall of Shame?The Chuck Prince situation at Citigroup (C) - Get Report and the Ed Zander situation at Motorola (MOT) bore me. But you are right -- if changes are made at Citi and Motorola, shareholder value will be enhanced. However, anytime you want to give us investors a week's notice on when the clowns that pulled their crap with those hedge funds at Bear Stearns (BSC) -- sometimes leveraged 60-to-1 and special B.S. arrangements with Barclays (BCS) - Get Report not available to other investors -- are being fired, along with Jimmy Cayne and his benign neglect management style, then I will pony up and buy Bear Stearns immediately. I can't believe those guys are still there, but their day is coming sooner than later.
- Since "Fast Money" lost Eric Bolling, I've noticed there's less analysis on CNBC about energy trades/investments and how oils/gas/energy figures into stocks.
Can you cover energy just a bit more on "Mad Money"?
- Will you come and do a show at UCLA? The Undergraduate Stock Trading Society has been jealous ever since you visited USC!
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(Editor's note: Cramer owns Citigroup for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.)
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