For the first time in any of his books, Cramer offers a portfolio of twelve stocks that he says are poised to profit from the economic recovery. And he gives investors a list of five regional banks that could make big moves and return a handsome reward to shareholders. As always, Cramer explains why investors can't just take his word but have to "buy and homework" on these stocks to make sure that their stories don't change.
If you're near or in retirement, Cramer tells you why stocks should still be an important part of your investment portfolio. And for younger investors, Cramer explains why you must take advantage of what could be a rare opportunity to buy stocks at fabulous prices and set up a terrific portfolio. And as if all that weren't enough, Cramer has come up with 25 new rules for the post-crash market. (Rule Number 4. It pays to follow the dumb money.)
The foundation for the portfolios that will soar when the economic recovery takes hold, Jim Cramer's Getting Back to Even is indispensable for any investor still reeling in shock from the 2008-2009 market collapse and wondering where to go from here.
©2009 J.J. Cramer; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster
This is the Absolute best finance Audio book I have purchased from audible, and I have bought many!Cramer truely has the bachelors and the bravado to share the stocks he knows and likes.With a heart for teaching unequal by anyone else this book is written at the most lucrative time coming off the March low and should be looked back upon several years from now as for making the interested speculator/Investor a Fortune! Two thumbs up Mr.Cramer,well done for a MUST READ! :)
The hero of the everyday investor or trader and inspiration to so many to get in the game we call the stock market, does it again. Watch Mad Money on CNBC and read this man's books if you are looking for investment guidance.
Say something about yourself!
Cramer is always good for a list of actions you can really take, and for a positive attitude about getting your money working for you.
Life is a journey, enjoy it......because one day it will all end.
Listening to the book gave a good overview. You can definitely tell it is an abridged version I would have liked to have had the option for the unabridged version. As long as you keep a high level view in mind for the instructions it is good.
I would have liked have to have added more content.
It was nice to hear things in typical Jim Cramer fashion.
It did solidify some things that I already knew and gave me insight into other things that I did not know
Yes, crammer is a good source
Barely, the book mainly address a relatively short period after the 2008 market collapse.
Sadly the audio version doesn't... It's a Cheeseburger with no meat.
It's great to listen to, but it needs to be illustrated Unfortunatly.
The last one, specifically the stock replacement part
It could have been soooo good, but it's like football on the radio....
The book is ok, as long as you have not spend much time reading about trading before. Nothing in this book is new, but it is a good overview.
Jim Cramer is an ENTERTAINER and a far cry from an investment advisor. The book is boring. You could lose alot of money taking his advice. Test this for yourself by following some of his recommendations on his CNBC show Mad Money.
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