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Financial Times mockingly ‘apologizes’ to CNBC’s Jim Cramer in feud over inflation

CNBC personality Jim Cramer lashed out at the Financial Times on Wednesday in a bizarre spat over the latest US inflation reading for July. The feud emerged shortly after the Labor Department revealed that consumer prices jumped by 8.5% last month, a slight downtick compared to June. The FT’s “Alphaville” blog had previously mocked Cramer for suggesting the US had hit peak inflation, writing in a July 13 post that his prediction “leads us to worry that it hasn’t.” When the latest numbers crossed, Cramer immediately demanded that the FT apologize for its past mockery. “Waiting for the Financial Times to apologize for...
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Jim Cramer says these 7 Covid-era winning stocks have staying power

CNBC's Jim Cramer on Monday offered investors a list of stocks that saw huge gains during the height of the Covid pandemic and continue to perform well. "Wall Street wrote off all the Covid winners, but a handful of these companies have proven to be real staying power giants. and I think it's absolutely worth sticking with their stocks," the "Mad Money" host said.

Jim Cramer all in on Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk

Jim Cramer, who has at times been critical of Tesla, says he is all-in on Elon Musk, calling him the smartest man of our time and the best manufacturer of our time. Jim Cramer is all in Musk. Musk is better than anyone and Jim thinks he is a better manufacturer than anyone else in our lifetime. He is close to customers in that Tesla sells direct to customers and Elon is very active on Twitter.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer: ‘Still Studying Coinbase and All of These Crypto Coins’

Former hedge fund manager Jim Cramer, who is is the host of CNBC show “Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer“, is “studying” Coinbase Global Inc. (NASDAQ: COIN). On Monday, Cramer, who is also a co-anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street“, as well as a co-founder of financial news website TheStreet, sent out the following tweet:

Charts suggest now is the perfect time to buy gold, Jim Cramer says

CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday told investors that gold is poised to rally, making now an optimal time for investors to pounce. "The charts, as interpreted by the legendary Larry Williams, suggest that the general public's giving up on gold en masse," the "Mad Money" host said. CNBC's Jim Cramer...