Don't Miss RealMoney Stars in Person

Many of you have written to me over the years asking to meet our contributors in person. You asked, and we're delivering with a day of RealMoney stars you won't want to miss.

We're sponsoring a Day With Jim Cramer Financial Fair with WOR Radio on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Jim Cramer will deliver our keynote address and hang around to chat with you.

But that's not all. Joining Jim for our panel discussion will be Jon Markman, a RealMoney columnist and CNBC commentator; market analyst James Altucher (be sure to ask him about his wife, the Golden Gloves boxer) and Will Gabrielski, co-manager of TheStreet.com's "Stocks Under $10" newsletter.

We'll have a day of rousing discussion, with Jim and the panel giving us their favorite stock picks, as well as their market analysis. I expect our Financial Fair to be a hot event, so reserve your space while you still can. (For more information, click here).

And if you have any questions for the panel, please email them to me in advance.

See you there.

Dave Morrow
Editor-in-Chief

David Morrow is editor-in-chief of TheStreet.com. In keeping with TSC's editorial policy, he doesn't own or short individual stocks, though he owns stock in TheStreet.com. He also doesn't invest in hedge funds or other private investment partnerships. He welcomes your feedback and invites you to send it to david.morrow@thestreet.com.

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