Every day I see people who expend a great deal of energy recapping what I say each night on "Mad Money." I find it, frankly, astonishing. The impact of the show is large, and the recaps in many cases are very distorted.

But you know what? They are a fact of life. So, from now on, I want us to own them. Here is the clearinghouse of all "Mad Money" recaps (below) and some other Web links. We are striving to get the show "right." I think ours does it the best, but let's roundtable 'em all and see what you think.

Real Money
Real Money TV
Motley Fool
Motley Fool
Seeking Alpha
Jim Cramer's Mad Money
New York magazine

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