Jim Cramer’s Action Alerts Reviews – Legit or Scam?

Action Alerts Plus
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Action Alerts Plus


Jim Cramer, the host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” has a stock alert newsletter that you can subscribe to called Action Alerts Plus. As one of television and radio’s most colorful stock analysts, Cramer has made a career out of giving viewers an understanding of the stock market, as well as respected investment advice.

Subscribing to Action Alerts Plus will get you Open Access to Cramer’s personal portfolio, which means that you will get 24/7 access to the decisions he is making in his own portfolio, based on the research compiled by him and his team.

You will also receive Action Alert emails, where Cramer will explain the rationale behind the investment moves that he’s making, so that as you follow along with his investments, you can learn about the stock market and grow your understanding of how it works.

Finally, you’ll get a “Weekly Roundup,” which will not only summarize the week’s activities, but will also give you a chance to purchase stocks that are top rated by Cramer and his team.

Currently, a subscription to Action Alerts Plus will only cost you $199.95 a year, which is 50% off the regular price.

Is Action Alerts Plus Worth It?

Well, unlike most other stock investment newsletters available for subscription on the internet, Jim Cramer actually has experience from an extensive background in trading. He not only used to run a successful hedge fund, he also worked for awhile at investment giant Goldman Sachs.

Action Alerts Plus is not a “get rich quick” scheme. Many subscribers say that this is more about building a long lasting portfolio with potential than receiving a quick payday.

The information you will receive from Cramer and Action Alerts Plus is fairly knowledge based. Cramer’s program wants you to understand how the stock market works so that you can make better choices and decisions for yourself and your investment future. Unlike other investment newsletters, he’s not just going to send you an email saying “Buy This.”

However, if you sign up for Action Alerts Plus and you realize it’s simply not for you, there is a 30 day no questions asked refund that will allow you to get the entire $199.95 returned. Also, please remember that if you do sign up for Action Alerts Plus, you are entered into an automatic re-enrollment program.

This means that at the end of your subscription, you will automatically be charged the subscription price again and signed up for another year. If you don’t want that, you must call in advance and cancel.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Action Alerts Plus " is 2.36 out of 5 based on 14 reviews.
  • This guy has done nothing but hurt my financial life! He said he didn't like the way Microsoft looked about 6 days ago. I sold my 750 shares and it soared the next week over 10 per share. I was long but took his rotten advice and look how much that cost me. He has misguided me 3 times. U all better be careful with this guy.
  • I would sign on for a year but not with the auto renewal.
  • I was a subscriber for several years to AAP and SU10 way back staring around 2005 or 2006. I used to watch and listen to everything Cramer said. The guy is very intelligent. If anyone isn’t smart enough to watch his show and know what he’s talking about maybe you should go pay some brokerage to handle your money lol. Myself I made a lot of money with stocks like LVLT, RICK and many more back then. LVLT dropped down to $2 during the recession and Cramer said hang in there. It shot back up to $45 then eventually was taken private. RICK did almost the same thing. I actually bought 1,000 shares of Apple in 2005 at $50 a pop because of Cramer and doing my own due diligence and putting hands on their products. 2 years before they announced the first touchscreen phone in existence. By 2006 I had 1,500 shares with a cost basis of $57. Way over 2M real quick. Stocks like FSLR and RIG I cleaned up on. So when I come on here to Sign-Up again for another go at it and I see all this negativity and insults it really angers me. You should be made at yourself for lacking the sense enough to comprehend what the man says.
  • Total losers - with over $110,000 invested this year based on their recommendations, I am up a whopping 4% with the S+P up 18%. Avoid these talentless clowns.
  • I joined these clowns at the first of the year. At this moment when the S&P 500 is us 18%, I'm up a whopping 4% on over $110,000 invested based on these clowns inane recommendations. About to take another big loss selling KSS which is their recommendation this morning after recommending numerous buys throughout the year. Save your money.
    • you had a chance to sell that stock well north of $60.00 whose fault is it you didn't sell? I rode that down into the fifties also before selling. not Crammers fault.
  • 2.4 out of 5* is not great rating.

    While he sounds like a knowledgeable person, one who has lot of experience background, I sure I am not the only one who can follow what is babbling. Teaching is an art. He can sell his services but he is no good in teaching because information he delivers is not clearly understood. I wish he will work on it.

    Sometime he talks so fast that he starts drooling like a 5 month old who just begin to talk. It is very hard to understand him.

    I would like it he speaks a bit slower & clearly and stop ripping the bulls & bears figurines and crying like an angry KID.

    I would love to here him, only if he could talk clearly.
  • Another scam by Cramer and his crooks.
  • Not a scam. Good platform to learn how to manage your investment portfolio. But you can also find something similar on web for free :). Wrong place if you are looking for a stock tip that will make you $$$.

    I do not think it worth the money.
  • Made a lot of money with Cramer. You can do so by subscribing or listening to him on CNBC or Mad Money.
  • Good teaching platform. If all you learn is to start out with an S&P 500 tracking fund and then with extra money buy a diversified portfolio of a small number of stocks that you have researched then it is worth the cost.
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