- Last week in the lightning round you once again reinforced that you were bullish on E*Trade (ETFC). Has your opinion changed since Schwab (SCHW) 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) 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) 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!
On Stockpickr Answers 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: