Regardless, my reply was more to the point that the apparent "obsessive quality" of the thread (how many posts under the subject line are relevant?, I don' know) almost caused me to miss a very relevant (to me) link to an item of some interest.jamesoid I thought all the replies were relevant. They were either directed at Cramer's piece or at the original poster's Bush aside.Since I don't have a TV set I have never seen Cramer in action but from what I have read he sounds just like a TV evangelist getting people into a froth. Why an "investor" would waste his time on such an act is beyond me. Some have confessed that Cramer is entertaining.A look at the various posts:Delwin: I watch the Kramer show sometimes, but, for me, it leaves a lot to be desired.abFatPitch: If anyone is interested in following this, here are Cramer's picks...captainccs: The best way to sell gold is to scare the heck out of people. Cramer does it good but...bozob: If the Chinese decide to be good communists and stop buying our bonds (quote from Cramer)bozob: The world is running out of oil, of course, and... (quote from Cramer)Steve: But Shell anounced that they believe they have a technology that brings that number down to $33 per barrel. (re Cramer's energy statement)bozob: But Shell anounced that they believe they have a technology that brings that number down to $33 per barrel. (idem)ncfool2: Here's a really interesting oil shale piece just done this year by the Rand Corporation... (idem)Sorry but I don't see where this thread has gone astray as you say. Maybe you could point out some specifics that I'm missing.Denny Schlesinger
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