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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Jim Cramer's Commandments for Mad Money Investing

Jim Cramer's Commandments for Mad Money Investing
  1. Always buy in small increments
  2. Don't be afraid to chase momentum
  3. Don't forget to sell
  • Cramer believes, as many do, that you should always buy in increments because of market timing issues. You can never always be right.
  • Momentum is the key to making mad money. Of course, you would like to get in before the momentum begins, but you can still profit by riding the wave.
  • "Pigs get slaughtered," is one of Cramer's saying. Meaning, do not be greedy. Once you have made a good profit take some money off the table. If you do not you can easily lose that money you just gained.


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