He must be right once in while...but I have not found an example yet in any stock that I was interested inThat's fine, that's what makes a market. A growth investor and a value investor will rarely be pursuing the same stocks, in fact, a value investor may be buying what the growth manager is selling and vice versa.Picking on JJC because he didn't like HAL when they were being investigated is a trifle silly, *most* people didn't like it and most people suggest that retail investors avoid those types of stocks. You clearly saw above the fray and profited nicely.Cramer ran his own hedge fund, Cramer Berkowitz, that had $450mm in assets, returned over 30% per year gross of fees, and beat the S+P 12 of the 13 years he ran it. 1988-2000 SP returns - 14.7% average, 14.2% Std dev, Total return 909.8%, using Bloomberg data.Cramer Berkowitz returns - I'll be conservative and use 30% as the annual return [it was slightly higher], beat SP500 12 of 13 years, Total Return of 5258%. That's the money that Cramer and Jeff Berkowitz made on their initial investment in the fund. His investors got approx 24% annually, after fees.'Right once in a while,' is an unfair assessment. He has 60 minutes of airtime to fill up. Look at what he does with his money, not what he says to a random caller as a truer indicator.best,Naj
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