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He has a journalism background and loves to write, which is probably why I could hardly stand to put this book down. At times slow, others exciting. It’s still not a “light read” for non-business people, but I really liked it. Mar 18, Robloves17 rated it it was amazing.
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Cramer tells the story of his life as a hedge fund manager and founder of the Street. I like Jim and his personality so it was fun to read, even though biographies are not my favorite.
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