Editor's note: The following are keynote remarks delivered by Jim Cramer to the Society of American Business Editors and Writers at its 50th anniversary conference this weekend. The subject: the state of business journalism today.WASHINGTON ( TheStreet) -- First, thanks so much to our SABEW hosts. I am thrilled to be here on this 50th anniversary night and I am proud to be amongst the best of the best of our profession. When I first learned of this opportunity, I was beyond excited to be recognized by my peers. But as I thought more about it, I realized, wait a second, this is like the Academy Awards where someone who has never won anything is honored at the age of 58. It must be be because he's so old he must be on the verge of retiring!!! But I am not going anywhere. What I would like to do tonight is to give you my view on the state of business journalism today, the arc that I have seen occur, the need we fill, a critique of the quality of reporting and writing in the context of new and even newer media, and a sense of where we are going from here.