Kudlow & Cramer on TV

I love Kudlow & Cramer, but have missed it for about two weeks. Finally I realized the time slot had been switched. So I set my PVR to record it every day at 3:00 pm. I just caught 10 minutes of today’s show. They highlighted Yahoo’s break-out earnings, Dell\’s revised guidance upwards, and interviewed the CEO of SIRIUS (a satellite radio company) that has struck deals with at least three major auto manufacturers. I love Larry Kudlow and Jim Cramer and how bullish they are on tech stocks because of productivity and profits. I used to watch CNNfn Digital Jam, which was the news program that best documented the internet bubble. It was hot. But KNC is the next best thing. Their optimism is contagious, but so are their keen insights into the financial markets.

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