Jim Cramer makes RIM one of his “Four Horsemen”, should we care?

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Jim CramerInfamous market analyst and host of CNBC’s Mad Money, Jim Cramer, has announced his new “Four Horsemen” of technology stocks on TheStreet.com. Previously, Cramer’s four picks had been Dell, Microsoft, Intel and Cisco, but have been replaced by [tag]RIM[/tag], Apple, Google and Amazon; these four companies are now, in Cramer’s estimation the new hot stocks to watch in the technology world.

However, given Cramer’s previous statements (and illicit recommendations) that we reported on last week, the BlackBerry Cool staff wonders what value, if any, this recommendation has. Can you trust Jim Cramer? Should you trust anyone for their market recommendations? Post a comment and let us know.

  • Tim

    Jim Cramer is an absolute idiot. I’m not sure why anybody would take his stock advice. His previous comments directly contradict what he’s saying now. I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw him.

  • Tim

    Jim Cramer is an absolute idiot. I’m not sure why anybody would take his stock advice. His previous comments directly contradict what he’s saying now. I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw him.

  • Ed

    The silence is deafening…….

  • Ed

    The silence is deafening…….

  • Tom Peng

    Jim Cramer is absolutely correct. The RIM management team has made some excellent calls over the last 5 years, they live in a low-overhead town of Waterloo, which happens to produce a bright and consistent human capital base, and I expect considerable progress in the future. With Apple and Microsoft now pushing the multi-touch technology, don’t be surprised to see the Blackberry “Touch” handheld within the next year.

  • Tom Peng

    Jim Cramer is absolutely correct. The RIM management team has made some excellent calls over the last 5 years, they live in a low-overhead town of Waterloo, which happens to produce a bright and consistent human capital base, and I expect considerable progress in the future. With Apple and Microsoft now pushing the multi-touch technology, don’t be surprised to see the Blackberry “Touch” handheld within the next year.