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Two Important Matters

This is the first important matter:

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And, for the second:

Check out iBC’s new quotes.

Fiddle around with it and tell me what you think. We are contemplating using them or another provider. Oh, by the way, Cramer pumped my Clean Energy Fuels Corp. [[CLNE]] . Therefore, it might be a good idea to take some off the table, first thing Monday morning.

UPDATE: Mr. Mortgage details Cramers resume, with regards to “bottom calling” and the financials.

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24 comments

  1. ocean_crude

    Cramer should go public so we can short him.

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  2. Woodshedder

    TSCM is a good way to short Cramer.

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  3. Juice

    The old Cramer fade is $$$$$ … Thanks Jimbo!

    Very nice quote info pages.

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  4. The Periodic Table

    Research has led to the discovery of the heaviest element yet known to science. The new element, Governmentium (Gv), has one neutron, 25 assistant neutrons, 88 deputy neutrons, and 198 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an atomic mass of 312.

    These 312 particles are held together by forces called morons, which are surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like particles called peons. Since Governmentium has no electrons, it is inert; however, it can be detected, because it impedes every action with which it comes into contact.

    A minute amount of Governmentium can cause a reaction that would normally take less than a second to take from four days to four years to complete. Governmentium has a normal half-life of 2-6 years; it does not decay, but instead undergoes a reorganization in which a portion of the assistant neutrons and deputy neutrons exchange places.

    In fact, Governmentium’s mass will actually increase over time, since each reorganization will cause more morons to become neutrons, forming isodopes. This characteristic of moron promotion leads some scientists to believe that Governmentium is formed whenever morons reach a critical concentration. This hypothetical quantity is referred to as critical morass.

    When catalyzed with money, Governmentium becomes Administratium, an element that radiates just as much energy as Governmentium since it has half as many peons but twice as many morons.

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  5. Dinosaur Trader

    I wonder how that guy would “comport” himself if I shoved his pipe up his old man’s ass sideways.

    -DT

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  6. SatanicChihuahua
    SatanicChihuahua

    Someone recently asked about Highland Capital Managment, the big buyer of about half the MVIS offering.

    They’re “staggering” the payment redemption requests over nine months:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aEq3ORvc3Ry8

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  7. Juancho

    Fly, you have excellent musical taste. That’s a clip from Jazz Casual, no?

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  8. MarketRaider

    Shit “The Periodic Table” that was classic you should copyright that. I wish you were that funny back when I was taking chemistry you bastard.

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  9. lol

    After a careful analysis, I have determined that the number of guys with pipes and facial hair on this page is statistically significant.

    I believe I know why this is. I will test my hypothesis by gauging the response to the following video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxJXjLkq7EU

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  10. Anton Cigur

    ocean_crude

    I “met” cramer at an event several years ago. He’s about 5’3″.

    Somebody already shorted him.

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  11. Scum Bucket Bitchez
    Scum Bucket Bitchez

    Fly has been working the WB rumor mill since the close Friday. LMAO!!

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  12. Juice

    http://www.rgemonitor.com/blog/roubini/

    Nouriel tells it like it is to Barrons.

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  13. BUSTER

    quote feature looks good.

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  14. BUSTER

    I met Jack Welch at a Yahoo Finance event years ago. He’s a tiny man. Firm hand shake, though.

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  15. El Tiberon

    I like the quotes as it seems stable and much faster. That said, it won’t (at this point in time) replace my subscription info and data services services.

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  16. FDIC

    Shhh, don’t tell the media, but I closed another bank on Friday: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/failed/firstprioritybank.html

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  17. ocean_crude

    FLY,are looking at pze now ?Earnings are coming up.Any thoughts?

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  18. Gio

    Haha! You have always been the Cramer-contrarian. I’m a yahoo-contrarian. I want to track their bullish/bearish calls just for fun.

    CLNE… nice pick. It’s on the IBD100 btw.

    =gio=

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  19. KC Trader

    ocean_crude,

    Cramer did go public a while back in 1999. TSCM (The Steet.com, Inc) 😉

    Looks like decent point with a $1 profit target if you want to short him till the stock reaches support.

    I didn’t know until now that thestreet.com pays dividends.

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  20. IShortYouNot

    Vote Yay for the quotes

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  21. Caffeinated

    Both GIO and the quotes are great additions to the site.

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  22. Big Pimpin Jenkins
    Big Pimpin Jenkins

    Ann Coulter:

    The mainstream media really seem to imagine they can prevent Americans from knowing information by refusing to mention it in newspapers or on TV.

    For those few Americans without an Internet connection and to whom I have not faxed the National Enquirer stories: Evidence is accumulating that John Edwards is right — there really are “two Americas.” There’s one where men cheat on their cancer-stricken wives and one where men do not cheat on their cancer-stricken wives.

    To put it another way, it would appear that ambulances aren’t the only things John Edwards has been chasing lately.

    Last year, the National Enquirer broke the story about New-Age divorcee Rielle Hunter, formerly Lisa Druck, telling friends she was having an affair with Edwards and that she was pregnant with his “love child.”

    Who knew that “my father was a mill worker” could be such a great pickup line? In his defense, Edwards had to do something to kill time between giving $50,000 speeches on poverty.

    I guess the Enquirer is lucky Edwards isn’t a trial lawyer! A sleazy carnival sideshow trial lawyer wouldn’t even need to start channeling unborn children before a jury — as Edwards did in the junk-science cases that made him a multimillionaire — to win a defamation case if these charges are false. The “love child” allegation could be easily disproved by DNA testing.

    Which brings up a fascinating legal question: Would it be admissible for Edwards to channel the very love child at issue during such a proceeding? Reminiscent of his performances in medical malpractice cases, he could say: She speaks to you through me and I have to tell you right now — I didn’t plan to talk about this — right now I feel her. I feel her presence. She’s inside me, and she’s talking to you, she’s saying: “John Edwards ain’t my daddy!”

    When the National Enquirer story first broke last year, the Edwards campaign denied that Edwards was the father, pawning the affair off on an apparently very loyal Edwards campaign official, Andrew Young. Like Edwards, Young was married with children, but also like Edwards, Young is a Democrat, so it was possible.

    Except that, not only has Young’s wife not left him, but she was perfectly copacetic with her husband’s mistress moving into their gated community for the duration of her pregnancy, and even joining her, Andrew and the kids for dinner.

    Back on Earth, that doesn’t happen. The Edwards campaign better start looking at its backup plan of claiming Nathan Lane is the father.

    It also didn’t smack of innocence that the Edwards campaign stripped Hunter’s videos from the Edwards Web site when the story broke.

    Soon after Edwards met Hunter in a bar in New York, the Edwards campaign began paying her more than $100,000 to make “hip” videos of him for the campaign Web site. Unfortunately, Edwards’ hair stylists ate up most of the budget.

    As Herculean a task as it would be to make John Edwards look hip, the videos can’t be worse for the campaign than the Edwards staffer who said of the Catholic church’s position on birth control: “What if Mary had taken Plan B after the Lord filled her with his hot, white, sticky Holy Spirit?” So why did they take down Hunter’s videos?

    With the MSM still pretending the Internet doesn’t exist, last week the Enquirer staked out the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles after receiving a tip that Edwards would be going there to visit Hunter and the love child, who reportedly has her mother’s eyes and her father’s dramatic flair in front of a jury.

    According to the Enquirer, Edwards entered Hunter’s hotel room around 9:45 p.m. and left at 2:40 in the morning. Seeing reporters as he left Hunter’s room, Edwards sprinted to a hotel bathroom and blockaded himself in until hotel security came to rescue him. Even more suspicious, while Edwards was barricaded in the bathroom, no one reported hearing sounds of a blow dryer.

    When asked about the Enquirer story at a press conference a few days later, Edwards looked as flustered as Rep. Robert Wexler did after being asked if he really lives with his mother-in-law in Florida while running for office in that district.

    First Edwards pretended to be unfamiliar with the story, a preposterous pose even if the story were false. Then Edwards dropped eye contact and said: “That’s tabloid trash. They’re full of lies. I’m here to talk about helping people.” He couldn’t have looked more guilty if he had broken into a cold sweat and lit a cigarette. Britney Spears has responded more credibly to questions about tabloid stories.

    Meanwhile, the only way consumers of the old media might ascertain that Edwards is embroiled in some sort of scandal is that, starting last Thursday, his name was summarily dropped from lists of possible vice presidential candidates.

    If only Republican Larry Craig had been in the bathroom, the MSM might have covered it.

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  23. BUSTER

    Nissan shatting the shower.

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