Editor's note: This recap was last published on April 13, 2009. "It's my job to protect you from conventional wisdom," Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Friday. He said that anyone who tells you ordinary people shouldn't own individual stocks is just wrong. Cramer said it's "hogwash" for those on Wall Street to tell individual investors that the market is too hard, and that they should just go with mutual funds or index funds. He said that no one will ever care more for your money than you do, and that in an era when personal responsibility is at its highest, it's ludicrous to think that ordinary people can't make smart decisions about their money.