The Lightning Round is a segment of the financial TV show "Mad Money" with Jim Cramer. During the segment, Cramer rapidly offers his opinion on a stock suggested by a caller, according to CNBC. More »

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Contact Jim Cramer by email at madmoney@cnbc.com or by phone at 1-800-743-CNBC. Cramer answers some investment questions sent to him on air for the “Mad Money” TV show. He can also be contacted on his official Twitter an... More »

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Jim Cramer’s charitable trust is a portfolio of stock holdings whose proceeds from profits are given to charities. In 2005, Jim Cramer converted his Action Alerts Plus portfolio into a charitable trust, with the goal bei... More »

Barron's 2007 review of Jim Cramer's "buy" recommendations over a two-year period found that they underperformed the market as a whole, according to the company. Cramer's stock picks appreciated 12 percent compared to 22... More »

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It is alleged that Jim Cramer got divorced because his wife allegedly cheated on him for money and other material things, claims odssf.com. Jim Cramer's divorce is allegedly related to how he was driven out of live telev... More »

Jim Cramer divorced his wife Karen Backfisch in 2009. In April 2015, Cramer announced plans for a second marriage. His new fiancée is Lisa Detwiler, one of Cramer's Brooklyn business colleagues. More »

Contact Jim Cramer by email at madmoney@cnbc.com or by phone at 1-800-743-CNBC. Cramer answers some investment questions sent to him on air for the “Mad Money” TV show. He can also be contacted on his official Twitter an... More »

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