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I have learned so much, and I love his admissions of failure more than anything. This really showed me his heart for the average investor. Probably the most salient lesson he has given is how to scale into and out of positions, not all at once.
I have seen my own errors in this regard and experienced success in applying this, what I would call verticality, to my trading. I look forward to his other books.
One person found this helpful. Five reasons why you should buy this book and read it and why it gets five stars. Jim Cramer ran a successful hedge fund and made tens of millions of dollars for himself somewhere between 50 to million dollars.
It has a great deal of information on valuation and how to find growth stocks. He is not a traditional Buy and Hold investor, but buy and homework, with the good rule of "don't fear the tax man!
The information is solid, if not a little basic, definitely for the beginning investor. The market is hectic and crazy and can be intimidating, and his book goes a long way to helping explain it, and make it a lot more accessible.
Now then, now that I've given my reasons why I like the book, I'd like to explain why I personally felt that he comes a bit short on a few things.
Jim Cramer is a fundamentalist, and that's fine, but he insults technical analysis, even though his wife, who was supposedly an incredibly trader, was a techie.
Technical analysis works for some people just like Fundamentals work for others. The difference is, and I will admit, that as an investor, you want to be heavy on the fundamentals, but, he gives a lot of information for traders, and his information for someone who wants to go into the market for speculation, would not find much help in this book, or its speculation section.
His talks on options are wrong. You sell to close the contracts,, you don't exercise the contract unless you have the money, also, the cost of doing that, exercising and then selling the stock, barely makes it worth it.
There are plenty of people who will buy the contract for nearly the same gain that you could make exercising the option.
In fact, that's how most option traders make their money on long calls and long puts. His other trading advice is kind of preliminary and basic and there are much better books out there on trading.
However , for an investment handbook, this book is strong and well worth the money. Most high profile investment "personalities" make me suspicious, so I watched Cramer's TV show for about three months before reading this book.
Turns out he was right most of the time, both with his stock picks and his market insights. I found "Real Money" enormously helpful because it is enormously sensible.
No magic formulas, no shortcuts, no tricks - just common sense, hard work, and discipline. Cramer explains the fundamentals of stocks and markets using simple analogies, which is helpful for people like me who do not have much experience or schooling in finance.
In the final chapter, he even provides a crystal clear explanation of the highly complex world of call and put options. This book is full of valuable ideas, which other reviewers have summarized very well.
Here are a few of the points I found especially important. Reading "Real Money" will make you a better investor OR a better client.
Not everybody is ready, willing, and able to be an investor. But even if you turn your money over to professionals, you need to know the fundamentals or you could get hurt.
A key general principle of investing! Own retail companies before they saturate the market. Here's an example of a great tactical insight. Cramer notes that once retailers are in every market, they have a hard time sustaining growth.
If you can catch one on the way up, however, it can be gold. Never occurred to me! When you buy is as important as what you buy.
I never realized how important timing is. Cramer does a great job of explaining how business cycles work and what stocks are good buys or sells at a given point on the curve.
When you sell is as important as when you buy. I never realized how much science there was to timing a sell.
But come to think of it, super gains can be wiped out in a flash if you stay in too long. That's why Cramer advocates "buy and homework" instead of "buy and hold".
Here are some things the book is not. In fact, Cramer offers so many suggestions for further reading, I can't imagine how his guideline of one hour of research per week per stock could possibly be enough.
The book is not entertainment - don't be fooled by Cramer's manic TV persona. The writing is straightforward and energetic, but not wild and crazy.
And the book is not a total investing solution. Cramer is a very conservative investor who endlessly warns us NOT to apply his rules of investing to our retirement funds.
This book is for discretionary investing. The book is a great starting point. Cramer provides a framework for investing that will help you zero in on types of stock to look at, how to research them, how to buy them, and how to sell them.
Now that I've read it, I can't believe I was rash enough to invest without it. First, I'm a day trader and investor too. Jim Cramer knows what he is talking about and is the smartest guy in the room.
This is a great commentary from a prior Hedge Fund manager and professional investor. He's been in the market trenches for more than 30 years.
There is a ton of great advice in this book. See all reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World. Then more dominoes fall.
I see no evidence of single family home rents plunging. Perhaps the apartment complexes have overbuilt. I guess that guy can buy any house he wants ….
Rent is based on supply and demand. However despite glut or scarcity, demand for SFH rentals must match local incomes of the folks who can afford the rental.
Or they spend more of their money on rent, and less on other things. My house, my price. That home is a prime example of a benefit to the neighborhood due to an investor.
Rather than asking if the k mark up is worth it, you have to understand the bigger picture of this unit.
It was bought from the city as a boarded up home that was unavailable, per the description. At the selling price of k, there needed to be extensive work: No average person would touch this unless they saw great benefit, and would be bringing down the appeal of that street and hurt housing prices.
I commend the investor to take a risk on the home in its terrible condition and turn it into a wonderful inhabitable property.
The property was listed at market and is unreasonable to sell for listing price. You need to realize that the k goes to pay for fixing and a persons time invested into the project.
Finding a deal like this is a dime a dozen, they dont come often, especially in a competitive city like LA. Finally, for you new people getting jealous of his gains, its really not that much when you think about it.
Heres a simple break out:. This home flip is not insanity as the author points out, it is merely arbitrage. You need skills and experience to successfully complete a project like this one.
If the unit was in turn key condition, it would have sold for barely less than current asking in But where I live in northern Calif.
The flipper was a leach who found a way using all cash to basically steal all the profit out of the home like a vacuum.
In fact, these were perfect homes for a family to buy a little cheaper and then fix up themselves with people they trusted to their own tastes.
So now the family not only overpays for the fixes, but he doesnt know the quality of the fixes or what was covered up. Inspections are great I liked larocca in southern cali , but its hard to see everything behind walls regardless of the inspector.
Maybe instead of church, we should all just thank our local flipper on sundays instead. Bluto I was an active buyer here LA in latter half of Here is what I experienced after looking at dozens of homes.
The flipper had an inside track to foreclosures through connections with the banks. The homes were purchased, probably all cash and then shortly after close of escrow the contractor would show up and carry out one or more of the following: Then about days later returns to market for a major increase in price.
I am not sure if there was a minimum time frame to hold the property before flipping but some were back on the market through a local listing agent 2 months later and some sat empty for a year even though remodeled.
As a life long resident of LA and first time buyer, I saw the merits of new plumbing and new wiring but the thought of buying a flipped house exp.
I ended up purchasing a home from the original builder and owner of a midcentury home. That to me was more important than a new home depot bathroom and kitchen.
So not only did the developer take on risk, he also is doing good by raising values in distressed neighborhoods. Must sleep well at night. Real American heroes — Mr.
Crack House rescuer Flipper. And yet another moron shill from the peanut gallery pipes up. Oh really it goes to the flippers time, effort, and cost flipping the property?
You honestly think that a buyer should care about the personal circumstances of the seller particularly a flipper? Random number from the sleeve: About the same as the purchase price was.
This home is just 5 homes away from the 5 freeway, you can probably see it if you were standing in the front yard. Jim did you notice that your twin is now using caps properly?
Hmmm why would someone pretend to be you? I guess imitation is the best flattery… I would prefer to be me anytime as I am cool with me.
But not everyone is cool with themselves hence they need to pretend to be someone else. It is kinda sad really…. He almost got it right, but I normally use more!!!
I am a bear and I have to side with Jim Taylors alter ego… I guess we really are running out of bears….
I bought a investment house in in fly-over state Kansas. This was sort of at the beginning of the bubble. That does not include maintenance and repairs.
Time to dump this property or will it ever get back to even prices. I would say it is sitting at prices. It never pays to buy a rental property in a deteriorating neighborhood no matter how cheap it seems at the time.
This might mean the whole town, if the town is one that just lost its only major employer, in an area that is depopulating rapidly.
It can be a very hard call. While some small towns are losing business and population rapidly, other neglected towns that were almost deserted 50 years ago are experiencing major revivals.
Long time reader and lurker, but I seldom post anything. What are your collective thoughts about these Rent-Backed Securities now being cooked up by WallStreet to offload the rental risks to large suckers i.
See, for example, the following link http: I think that Blackstone is also doing this as well, but they are a bit more diversified and might make it out okay.
My working thesis is this: Their income will not show significant gains from their current losses. Until then, I expect to see many financial experiments in developing new ways to monetize rental streams.
I would really like to read through the prospectus of some of these Rent-Backed securities to determine: They were so afraid that the CDS would not pay that they sold them before the whole thing fell apart if I remember the book correctly….
Thanks for the comments. I was thinking more or less, well-timed out of the money Puts that would allow us to capitalize upon unanticipated, binary events… i.
Little upfront capital at risk, but large, outsized gains to be had if our thesis plays out within this timeframe: Thanks for that link, and I completely agree.
That seems very, very dangerous to me. They use local RE agents to list and show. An agent in an out of state metro that I work with told me that he partnered with Blackstone for a while both on the purchase and rent side — they were constantly changing parameters and a general pain to deal with.
He eventually stopped working with them because of it. That tells you maybe two things: Rent needed to cover their nut is too high for the market.
How do you find a prospectus? I want to know what happens when the rents stop flowing, the RBS stops paying dividends, and the RBS becomes worthless, who owns the underlying real-estate.
I have searched the web, and this post is one of the things I found, I have not found an answer to the question. Add in a circle of friends and relatives and you have a much larger share of the population that are aware of the dangers of real estate investing.
The young people believe in renting for job purposes. Places that have a high rental population have lower unemployment rates, according to a recent report.
People who are chained to their home, have higher unemployment. But it will end like all new schemes. The people at the start of the Ponzi will make the money.
The people who buy the founders offloads are the suckers and will be left holding the bag. These schemes have been going on for many years. The names change, but not the basic idea.
Sit back and watch it happen. I remember my grandmother telling me stories about how landlords lost their shirts during the Great Depression.
That period was goosed by irresponsible Fed low interest policy and the issuance of mortgages that had no business being made other than to sell to Fannie Mae.
Imagine coming home every day to the tantalizing aroma of jet fuel and diesel. Thank goodness we have spec-, oops I mean investors who care so much about the communities they serve.
Now someone will be able to get the flight path home of their dreams with fresh paint, new floors, granite countertops, and new fixtures.
I love how strategically placed the plants are on the balcony to hide the Mobil marquee from the dining room view. Waking up to the sound of shopping carts being wheeled down the alley right outside of your bedroom window — what a California dream!
Even with no traffic it would take you at least minutes to get to El Segundo or Manhattan Beach, the closest of the south bay. MUCH longer to get further south.
On the other hand there are growing deficit line-items printed in invisible ink, and Moonbeam dropped his black light in the bong water.
The middle class is being squeezed in CA by a ramping dependency class and sociopathic 0. This is a 30 year trend that has another 30 years or so left in it.
Like a a narcissistic parent, the 0. It does not fear the middle class nor care for it, because it always does what its told.
The elephant in the room are builders and new home starts. During the last bubble buyers were lined up to compete for any box with windows here in Las Vegas.
If we had had reality and followed rule of law after the last theft, people would have kept their home and in bankruptcy judges would have been able to lower their principal balance to current market value and we would not have had a recession.
Instead the Fed created special programs just for investors, large institutional investors so that they could profit from the cheap housing after the crash.
God forbid the average American was able to profit after the crash and possibly recoup. This LV RE agent has some very pithy information on your market.
There are some honest ones out there. I see a ton of rental construction in Orange County going on right now.
The area, especially the south end where I live, has been mostly single family and condos. Now there are huge rental projects, like this one just completed.
Mike I hear ya on the massive apt complex building. A few Mix-Use, pages of residential builders, and some venue building and redevelopment.
I have days worth of due diligence. I wonder how many hipster professionals there are? Those kind of rent are nose bleed high.
Sorry, but hipster and professional are mutually exclusive. Last time I was there I saw a lot of parental money floating kiddies to go to fashion school down there.
But hey, if you can make a buck out of it, more power to ya. Oh and also, a lot of people say that LA has not increased housing inventory.
Look at DTLA, thousands of new units. Tons of new multi-family housing all over the city. A see a ton of McMansion construction north of Montana Ave.
So if a property is listed at the listing price will only populate in the history reports as Even a nice new dolled up flip house has to receive an appraisal and sometimes even two.
I know someone in their fifth year living mortgage-payment free in the hills above Reno. I know the ex-wife who now has nothing, and she says she will never buy again and I believe her.
I was just told by my mortgage broker that instead of 3. Pointing out that my accountant tells me to leave as much money in the business as I can, broker says I know but insect-thinking is all mortgage processors know how to do.
Housing not quite tanking hard, but you can actually hear some of the air farting out, at least in north SD county…which is a good thing for me.
A block or two from I5. What are they asking in Highland Park? Finally someone who is seeing what I am seeing… A must read for all those who believe it is different this time.
Yes it is from the gloom and doom site but I believe this is right on. This has been the most distrusted, criticized, non-maniacal bull market in US equities in history!
Are we near the end? The bull chorus has grown stronger, but it seems to be that the bears are still plentiful here, albeit growing more frustrated waiting for a downturn.
I like zerohedge, but just like cnbc, they have an agenda and I read them with the same questioning eye I do the MSM.
I disagree that we have a large number of vocal bears on MSM. I made this comment a few days ago when I noticed the world had truly lost all sense of reality by the invasion of Ukraine along with a downward revision of GDP along with poor employment number, etc.
I what some of what these guys are smoking…. People on this blog keep referring to the 06 real estate prices as bubble.
However, the LA coastal cities, as well as some OC beach cities, have selling prices higher than the last 06 peak. These high prices are occurring even though mortgage debt is difficult to obtain.
This means the 06 real estate prices in coastal cities were not a bubble. And the temporary price drop several years ago was the buying opportunity of a lifetime.
It is likely the coastal prices will continue to rise. People in some beach cities are wishing for an opportunity to get a home at an 06 price.
It should be no surprise that the beach cities are at or near peak pricing. The weak hands are long gone, all replaced by real players.
My advice is to get into a neighboring city that is or two steps behind the bellwethers…ride their coattails. There are many areas that were once considered nice areas, but then fell into disrepair.
It usually happens when the next generation has neither the desire or ability to buy into an area. It was a sea of gangs graveyard crips, 14th street, pee wees, etc.
I am glad that the old neighborhood has improved but now everyone thinks it was always like this…. The only issue for these people has been losing to all cash bids.
Yeah, right…the coastal troll is back, oh joy! So why are you wasting your time here amongst all of us idiots? But all I know is that LA is a huge desirable city not even on the top ten of expensive cities in the world.
The past is the past, this is a Brave New World and the rich will get richer and the rest of us have to get creative. However, it just doesnt have a lot of high paying jobs compared to other cities, IMO as well as stated in recent articles.
Its sunny climate and proximity of the beach keep it chugging and will continue to do so to some degree, but its going to need to a lot of changes to take that next step and make it more business friendly unless you want to rely on the snapchats of the world.
All those films and TV shows set in L. No parent is dying to have their kid get into these schools. The northeast is old and has schools established in the s.
There is something called an ivy league, then schools like MIT as well as all these little great, prestigious liberal arts colleges like williams, etc.
UCLA is applied to bc Cali is the most populous state in the country and has great weather and sports teams-not bc of its academics.
Sorry, I forgot berkeley, which gets academic respect in the northeast as well. People still consider it prestigious.
Sorry to bother you with such things like facts and figures and reports. Are you sure all of you moved here from NY? California Institute of Technology is the only U.
And, if you think that our tremendous universities in SoCal have nothing to do with the desirability of the area…. Dfresh-my bad on caltech…but no fcking way its considered the number one school in the nation if you ask people sending their kids to college where they want their kid to graduate from.
If you think thats the case bc some stupid third party told you that; go with it. Its always going to be princeton, yale, harvard, columbia, stanford, chicago, MIT, brown, etc.
And then your michigan, duke, unc chapel hill, upenn, dartmouth, etc and lots of small liberal arts colleges like smith, williams, etc.
But not from the northeast. Go call random numbers starting with or and ask them to list the top 10 colleges and get back to me.
I admit Caltech was not known to me. I can admit things. Like how rating a college is not based on facts like math ; its subjective.
Like University of Minnesota having the 19th highest rated law school in the country or alabama having the 21st. Maybe that works in minnesota or alabama but try convincing a hiring employer from NY that the minnesota or alabama degree is better than one from local fordham ranked 38th.
Maybe too much CA sun for ya or maybe not enough bc you need to move away from the internet at times and go real world.
And no Dfresh, Im not elitist. The question was not about me. It was also not about what you or CA residents think of CA schools.
The question was about what people in the northeast in general think of CA universities. I think others from the northeast would agree with my comments…just give em time to respond.
Various organizations notably US News and World Report conduct rankings of colleges based on various criteria, subjective and otherwise, and come up with a list that typically includes the usual suspects: And sure enough Caltech places fist in these rankings every few years.
But almost entirely irrelevant to SoCal real estate prices except in the hyperlocal Pasadena market. Caltech has under undergrads and a similarly small grad school.
First time home buyers got royally screwed No surprise they are not looking to buy and know full well the second con is in full swing.
Who is liable — Lender underwriters or the appraisers? Pretty sure Soros made a public bet recently shorting the market although maybe it was part of a hedge.
They move to cash. Perhaps they will just keep waiting forever as life passes them by? But then you decide to be a dick who wants to please himself rather than add value or ask a question….
I wonder what kind of nerd with a million websites to choose from about all types of subjects, including ones pro-housing, walks onto such a site to post such a comment.
Also what kind of moron thinks life just passes by for renters? That comment is just beyond idiotic. I have been following this blog for several years, and I have been on both sides of the debate as the situation on the ground changes.
I see dogmatic views from the bulls and the bears, which I think adds little to the discussion. If I can break down the groups present:.
Nothing is changing their minds. I would buy a beach house for a dollar. Groups 1, 2, 3 already have taken action or have some criteria when they WILL take action.
Group 3 can sit in this category, possibly group 4. I bear no ill will towards renters. We are ALL renters. Try not paying your property taxes for a while.
It may be otherwise for other people. I do think my reasons not to buy are valid, and may apply to others.
I see myself as someone who can choose to buy. I also have a sense of the inventory and its problems. I find the valuations of local homes laughable, although laughable in a sad way.
It is interesting to watch. Do you also go to restaurants and tell the other diners how stupid they are for not ordering the same dish as you?
He knew that the success of any settlement in Greenland would need the support of as many people as possible.
It turned out to be a disaster due to the lies of that Erik real estate developer. I have been looking for him ever since. People have been doing real estate fraud for centuries.
Many folks in a lifetime go from penthouse, to basement, back to penthouse? Any house in San Gabriel Valley that we have offered- has multiple offers above asking price, including cash offers.
Makes you wonder how so many people malinvesting over the years, story after story of people losing out on boom-world speculative schemes… including people personally into property at high prices… and banks throwing money at everything and anything… the system keeps standing up.
Perhaps it does by manipulating House Price Inflation to even more preposterous levels again…. A housing graveyard made up of 7,, foreclosures: The longer term consequences of 7 million foreclosures that started with the peak in housing.
QE abyss March 8, at 5: FTB March 8, at 8: MB March 10, at 1: You could move to Bangalore or Hsinchu.
Frank March 14, at 8: Move to Loudon Country, Virginia. Wealthiest county in the USA. LOTS of high tech. Mik March 8, at 4: March 8, at 6: Mik March 8, at 8: March 9, at 4: Mik March 10, at 8: Not ever sure why I bother responding 1 did I ever say real estate is get rich quick?
March 10, at Haha, Good one Mik. March 9, at 5: MikTheNitWit March 10, at Mik March 10, at 9: March 11, at 8: Lord Blankfein March 9, at 8: Ella58 March 9, at March 9, at Lord Blankfein March 9, at 4: FTB March 10, at 5: Like I said a many times before, the things the Fed has done is only delaying the inevitable not removing the inevibility… Every physical object a human creates, be it a SFR or a BMW, is a depreciating asset.
Lord Blankfein March 10, at 1: FTB March 10, at 2: March 10, at 3: Lord Blankfein March 10, at 8: March 11, at 9: German Daddy March 9, at 9: FTB March 9, at 2: William March 22, at 4: Paul March 9, at RentaLurker March 10, at RentaLurker Or they spend more of their money on rent, and less on other things.
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