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Jim Cramer at the 92nd Street Y

Written by: James J. Cramer
Narrated by: Stephen J. Adler
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Jim Cramer, host of the popular CNBC show Mad Money, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University and earned a law degree from Harvard. He later founded his own hedge fund, where he received record returns. In 1996, he co-founded TheStreet.com, a financial news, commentary, and information site, for which he serves as a senior columnist and markets commentator. He is also the host of the syndicated radio program RealMoney Radio, and he recently wrote his third book, Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World. Interviewer Stephen J. Adler is editor-in-chief of BusinessWeek.
©2006 92 nd Street Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association (P)2006 92 nd Street Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association

The 92nd Street Y in New York City is one of the cultural epicenters of interviewing. Paring insightful interviewers with notable guests, the Y is a landmark. In their series "The Captains of Industry", the Y invited Jim Cramer, famed hedge fund investor and host of NBC’s Mad Money, to speak with Stephen J. Adler, then editor-in-chief of Reuters. The conversation was recorded live in 2006.

While Cramer’s stock-picking record at Mad Money is highly questionable, his hedge fund broke records for profitability. Listeners will be curious to hear Cramer’s take on competing and succeeding as a non-elite against the prep school types.

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  • J. M. Batista
  • 09-06-07

Booyah interview

Lively and entertaining and still one learns a handful of good things. Worth the time and the dough.

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  • Roger
  • 30-08-08

Who is JIm Cramer

Interesting background material on this celebrity investor. You can get rich too if you will work from 4AM to 8PM and skip lunch for 20 years.

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  • William
  • 25-03-13

A personal talk with Cramer

What made the experience of listening to Jim Cramer at the 92nd Street Y the most enjoyable?

Interviews with authors, such as Jim Cramer of CNBC (and author of several books on investing) provide a sense of who he is and where he came from. This was a good interview, and showed a side to Cramer that I had not seen before.

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  • JustACustomer
  • 04-02-09

Unique Personal Interview with Jim Cramer

This does touch on stocks but is really more of a personal history of Jim Cramer. Wasn't what I thought it was but was interesting and entertaining. He is a unique guy and there was not a dull moment in the program.

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  • Dave Larsen
  • 16-10-08

Another view of Cramer

This is a different view of Cramer that I had never seen before.

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  • F. Pindar
  • 09-03-16

Interesting listening to a time before the crash

It's a short fun listen and does go into Jim's days growing up and his predictions for the "future of 2007" some crackers at the end, but really shows his genius