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Jim Cramer: George L, which of your books do you recommend for grandchildren out of college on their first job? This is hard because a college, they can do some very aggressive things, which would be Real Money, which is the handbook from my old hedge fund or they can go to, I would say, Stay Mad for Life because it tells them how to buy stocks.

Jeff Marks: That's the one I was going through recently, Stay Mad for Life. I think a lot of it holds.

Jim Cramer: Stay Mad for Life. That one works.

When your kids or grandkids are getting ready to explore the real world and their getting their first job, what books should they read?

That was a question that Jim Cramer tackled on his Action Alerts Plus members-only monthly conference call in April. 

"They can [read] some very aggressive things, which would be Real Money, which is the handbook from my old hedge fund or they can go to, I would say, Stay Mad for Life because it tells them how to buy stocks." said Cramer.

Jeff Marks, senior portfolio analyst for Action Alerts Plus, also suggested Stay Mad for Life.

Cramer suggested Stay Mad for Life for younger generations who are trying to learn more about the stock market or stock picking. 

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