CNBC should retire Cramer

Jim Cramer is completely washed up and is an embarrassment to CNBC, the investment community and anyone trying to provide legitimate coverage of the markets. 

He has been dead wrong on some of the most impactful calls in the last 20 years. He was back on last night, without shame, trying to give his opinion on the situation. It's just embarrassing. 

CNBC anchors should demand something here - resignation, full mea culpa, something - What do you guys think? 

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  • Managing Director in PE - Other

I used to laugh at the guy but at this point I think it's just very wrong of cnbc to allow him to have a platform.  

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pappymason, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I used to somewhat enjoy his commentary back in the day. But he has recommended buying so much garbage in recent years (and before that also) that he has become a joke. When he is on cnbc at 9am he just ruins the show with his incoherent stream of consciousness rambling commentary. When he demanded the military be used to go door to door to forcibly vaccinate ppl, I was completely out on him and I now turn off the TV if he comes on. Absolute clown. 

  • Managing Director in PE - Other

Similar to how my thoughts evolved on him over time. Now it's just nails on the chalkboard. I didn't know that part about his vaccine commentary, ridiculous.

I get the feeling many on CNBC just want him to go away or be quiet. He is a nuisance. 

Pizz, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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