Book Review: Confessions of a Street Addict by Jim Cramer

Posted on November 23, 2017

Ryan Stewman



If you’ve ever watched CNBC, you know exactly who Jim Cramer is. He’s the guy with the rolled up sleeves, screaming “BUY” or “SELL” when random people call in and ask about stocks. For years, I’ve watched Jim scream “buybuybuy” on CNBC and been amazed at his vast knowledge of stocks and companies. The dude is mad talented!

Anytime I see someone with expertise and extreme wealth, I look into their backgrounds.

After all, success leaves clues and if I follow the story from the beginning, I can pick up some of those clues. That’s exactly what I did with Jim Cramer. 
Jim has authored several books on the stock market and how he goes about picking winners. While those books are nice (I’ve read them, too), Confessions of a Street Addict is the real story. It’s the story about Jim winning, losing and he even talks about how his wife bailed him out. 
This is Jim Cramer’s real come up. The good, the bad and the fuggin’ ugly are all a part of this entertaining and educational story. Grab this book, start reading it and you’ll have a really hard time putting it down until you’re finished. Get it on Amazon here:

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