This is a review of the stocks liked by Jim Cramer on Mad Money on Sept. 18 2008. The charts are created automatically with the Ramp Program at www.nebadawn.com.
http://www.TodaysCharts.com/cramer video ---This is a review of the stocks liked by Jim Cramer on Mad Money on Sept. 17 2008. The charts are created automatically with the Ramp Program at www.nebadawn.com
Jim Cramers CNBC Mad Money Recap BobCharts by Andy Skinner
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