He's been known to flip flop in and out of opinions on trades on his Mad Money television show such as his now infamous Microsoft (MSFT) calls in the summer of 2006. In 2006, Cramer made NYSE-Euronext (NYX) his stock of the year and famously kept recommending it throughout the year until its price was cut in half and he finally capitulated. These trades have been recorded here http://www.stocktagger.com/2007/07/jim-cramer-track-record-on-nyse.html
However, some Mad Money recommendations have lead to spectacular gains for observant viewers such as his 2007 call to buy Jones Soda (JSDA) stock and then to sell it at its peak after it had nearly tripled. This trade is recorded here http://www.stocktagger.com/2007/08/defending-jim-cramer-jones-soda-jsda.html
He's right about 47% of the time. That's below industry average. You can go to the link below to see actual recommendations made by Cramer compared to the actual market outcome.
1966 Jim Ryun Track and field Mile world record
Jim Bush has written: 'Dynamic track and field' -- subject(s): Coaching, Track and field
Jim Conrad has written: 'Canadian income & foreign ownership' -- subject(s): Foreign Investments, Income, Investments, Foreign 'Mexico' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Natural history, Hiking
Jim Ryun has the fastest mile time in a high-school only track meet. His hand-time was 3:58.
Jim Cramer has written: 'Hua'er jie kuang ren zhi fu tou zi fa = Jim Cramer's real money : sane investing in an insane world' -- subject(s): Investment analysis, Portfolio management, Investments 'Jim Cramer's real money' -- subject(s): Investment analysis, Portfolio management, Investments 'Jim Cramer's stay mad for life' -- subject(s): Stocks, Personal Finance, Financial security, Investments
Jim Tressel's current coaching record as of 3-15-11 is 229-78-2.
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Jim thrope was the greatest althete of the 20th century, he was known for playing baseball, track and field, and football. Jim thrope was the greatest althete of the 20th century, he was known for playing baseball, track and field, and football.
Jim Ryun has the fastest mile time in a high-school only track meet. Alan Webb, holds the high-school boy's record at 3:53.43, but this was set in 2001 at the Prefontaine Classic, which is a professional meet.
Not on record, no
Yes he did
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Jim Beatty- Track & Field
The track is Big Fat Oranguman by Jungle Jim.
My father claims he competed against Jim Brown in the high jump when he was in college circa 1958-59.
Thomas "Daddy" Rice is believed to have started the Jim Crow when he painted his face black with charcoal and ridiculously danced to the song Jump Jim Crow. This is what historians record started the Jim Crow.