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Subject: Re: Cramer on radio this morning Date: 12/15/2003 2:38 PM
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Cramer is perma bull. At the end of 2000, he said one had to own stocks because the FED rate cuts would trigger a new bull rally.
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Cramer doesn't have his daily radio show on in my area any more, so I have to get him when I can. I remember him being bullish in 2001 and 2002, but only on very conservative stocks. Stocks like Chlorox, Phillip Morris, and Wells Fargo come to mind. He tried to get his listeners to dump all of their bubble tech stocks while those stocks still had some value.

Now, he seems to be more bullish on tech and cyclicals in particular. I wouldn't necessarily call that being a perma bull. But I'm also not trying to be an apologist for the guy. As I admitted here yesterday, I got caught net short while Saddam was taken into custody.
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