Here are some posts that were in the “Drafts” folder here at Everyday Freethought.
I have noticed that the text in the rss feed frequently has some misspelled words. Here are some examples (emphasis added):
From the episode on 2010-04-23: The Dow was up 70 today, seeing its 8th straight week of gains. Cramer tells you hwo to ride this wave, and lets you in on the rules Wall Street plays by, so you can cash in on this rally.
From the episode on 2010-04-28, a double: The Dow gained 53 points today after yesterday’s tumble. Cramer shwos you how to avoid the reach of Europe’s woes. And, how CPNO cold be your pipeline to profits. Plus, is MSO a good thing? And don’t miss Jim’s radical take on the HPQ/PALM deal.
Here is the feed entry for the 2010-05-03 episode of “Mad Money“, typos highlighted:
The Dow was up 143 poinnts today – Still scared of fin reg? Cramer explains why its time to get back to business and stop worrying about Washington. Plus, stick around all week for the biggest beats that could have you profiting well into 2010. And a lesson that could help you put your best foot forward.
From the rss feed entry for the episode for 2010-05-05, typos highlighted:
The Dow dropped 60 points after a volatile day. Jim shows you where to find shelter from the European drama. Plus, with financial regulation sweeping fear across the sector, Cramer’s go teh plays that you can bank on. And, drilling for profits with CLB’s CEO.
From the rss feed entry for the episode for 2010-05-12, typos highlighted:
Cramer’s headed to California for cable’s biggest show, the NCTA – he’s got a star studded guest list looking at the future of business with teh CEOs of CMCSA, DECK, CLNE and HLF.
There have not been any Mad Money RSS feed typos in a while. I wonder if my posts got them to get their act together. They went a few weeks without any mistakes. But there is one in the entry for 2010-06-04:
The DOW tubeled 324 points today, but don’t believe the negative headlines on European worries and jobs. Cramer’s here to keep your portfolio in the brightspot with a defensive Game Plan for next week. Plus, deep impact? Don’t miss Cramer’s one-on-one with Boone Pickens on $400 oil and the potential for natural gas in the wake of the Gulf oil crisis.
For the past few months there have not been that many typos on the “Mad Money” RSS feed. But it looks like they have fallen off the wagon.
The post for 2010-11-22 let us know that there is bounty under heaven with a double typo:
The Dow lost 25 points today after hedge funds were raided – were they the only ones? Abd, panic at the Cisco? Jim offers an unlikely alternative. Plus, get out your frying pan! Mad Money heats up with Danney Meyer and his hospitality index, find out how he’s killing it with kindness.
The kicker here is that the guest was Danny Meyer, not Danney Meyer.
Here is another one from 2010-11-18:
The Dow was up 173 points today. Does the market seem all smoke and mirrors? Cramer’s pulling back the curtain to reveal what’s really happening. CRM’s been soaring, but will this stock keep riding sky high or is it about to come back to down to earth? Get your earnings edge in Cramer’s exclusive with Salesforce.com’s CEO. Plus, could a power shift in washington finally propel natural gas profits into your portfolio? Cramer finds out from RRC’s CEO.
Today the “Mad Money” RSS feed gives us a typo, and then gives us the correction. Perhaps the feed is becoming self-aware. Is Cramer a vanguard of the Singularity? The error and the correction are both highlighted:
The market fought back from triple-digit declines today, could the US be regaining it’s footing? Cramer accentuates the positives in the market. Plus, is the RTH the gift that keeps on giving? Cramer decks his mall with ways to profit from retail. And foreign fashionista? Cramer goes one-on-one with the CEO of WRC on its international expansion.
There is a small typo in today’s Mad Money RSS feed.
TThe Dow dropped 7 points today. Cramer shows you what he’ll be watching next week in his Game Plan. And, could SWK help retool your portfolio? Plus, a tech spec that could license you to make mad $$$. And, $2,000 gold? AEM’s CEO thinks it’s possible.