(Jim Cramer Twitter.) Toughest reporter on the Street, legendary ex-CNBCer, now The Franchise at Fox Business; impact waning on low-rated channel. Wrote for Wall Street Journal from 1995-2004 before joining Newsweek, then CNBC as "on-air editor." Former amateur boxer. Favorite restaurant said to be Elaine's of Manhattan.Born in the Bronx, grew up in Westchester County; father a Marine, union iron lather who worked on World Trade Center. Combative on-air, famously interrupted/cut off on "Fast Money" after referring to President Obama as former "community organizer," then "borderline socialist." Sense of humor can be off the charts, says he likes "crazy" things about him on Dealbreaker.
Married to Virginia Juliano, director of online marketing for Showtime cable channel who has MBA (2004) from NYU. Attended Marquette University "on a whim," earned degree, 1995; "I really felt like I cut my teeth at Marquette." Threw javelin, interned for Sen.
Herb Kohl, an "average student." Father, Leo, and grandfather owned Anthony Abraham Chevrolet. Traded for First City Capital, joined risk arbitrage at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. One of the first women to run a hedge fund, pre-2008 crisis reportedly earned $5 million a year, worth $100 million, according to Guardian. Graduate of Denison University (Granville, Ohio), 1969; law degree, Penn, 1989.
Lost bid for Florida House seat at 22, took job at Auto Nation, inspired by Lee Iacocca to take risk in RV business. Very active in Parkinson's research, on board of Michael J. CNBC shows have evolved from "Kudlow & Cramer" to "Kudlow & Company" to "The Kudlow Report," which signed off in March 2014. Wife, Cindy; 2 children, Matthew (a star lacrosse player) and Meredith.
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(Sources: CNBC.com, other cable networks online, municipal real estate records, official sources online, Wikipedia, plus information presented on CNBC and other cable television; others where noted.) Most famous stock-picker of all time. Married Karen Backfisch, a trader in Steinhardt's firm, in 1988.
Magna cum laude, Harvard, 1977, a "government major." J. Hailed for recall of company facts and ticker symbols, plus sense of humor; accused by Barron's and Henry Blodget of delivering subpar returns for those who follow advice.
Joined Goldman Sachs; in 1987 formed hedge fund, Cramer & Co., which operated out of offices of Michael Steinhardt. Co-hosted "Kudlow & Cramer" before launching "Mad Money," March 2005.
Herald Examiner, helped launch American Lawyer magazine.
Couple sold New Jersey home and bought new one in 1999 after zoning board rejected plan to convert driveway to yard, per Howard Kurtz.