Jim Cramer wants to entertain and educate "
Mad Money" viewers and readers not only about markets, but also about culture, history and literature. Take this week's "Mad Money" culture quiz to see if you are now, or have ever been a "Mad Money" fan. Check back every Friday for a new set of memory teasers.
(You'll find the answers at the end of the quiz. When you've finished, don't forget to
let us know what you think.)
1. In Cramer's segment about
dividend aristocrats culled from Stockpickr, he said he was about _____ and thanked _____.
Paupers not princes, Mark Twain
Cabbages not kings, O'Henry
The raw not the cooked, Claude Levi-Strauss
A breakfast of champions, Kurt Vonnegut
2. Once again calling on the Bard, Cramer said that under a different outfit, the oil company now trading under
, by any other name would still _____.
Smell too sweet
Be too cheap
Invoke Gertrude Stein
Smell a little too much like schnitzel
3. "The book! the book!"
Jim Cramer's Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich
, according to Cramer, was written by Cliff Mason and _____.
The Mad Money Honey
4. During a segment about industrial outsourcer
, Cramer mused that maybe the company could take back what _____ lost in China.
"Vinegar Joe" Stilwell
Cool "Han" Luke
John Patton Davies and John Stewart Service
5. What did Cramer call a cheap, baby boomer vacation play?
Nike's ( NIKE) Triathalon Training Camp
RV maker Thor Industries
Bonus: In addition to being the co-founder and largest shareholder of
, Cramer said he is also the company's _____ writer.
Best under 40
TheStreet.com holds a minority ownership interest in Stockpickr LLC and serves on its Member Committee. Jim Cramer is a director, co-founder and stockholder of TheStreet.com.