Post Date: December 23, 2005
On February 1, Harvard Law School will host a broadcast of the popular CNBC investment program "Mad Money," which features well-known market analyst Jim Cramer, a 1984 Harvard Law graduate. The show will be taped in the Ames Courtroom in Austin Hall before a crowd of approximately 300 Harvard students. The event is the first in a series of "Mad Money" broadcasts on university campuses around the country.
"Coming back to Harvard is both humbling and exciting," said Cramer. "And, as you know, I'm an excitable guy. I can't wait to be on campus again. This is a homecoming to me and I couldn't be more thrilled than to educate students to start thinking about their money. Dr. Cramer is now Professor Cramer!"
Tickets for the taping are available to current Harvard students. To learn more about obtaining tickets, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cramer is also a 1977 graduate of Harvard College, where he served as president and editor-in-chief of the Harvard Crimson. He went on to work as a journalist, a hedge fund manager and is today considered one of the country's most successful and outspoken Wall Street analysts. In addition to being the host of "Mad Money," Cramer is markets commentator for TheStreet.com, a popular financial website, and host of the nationally syndicated radio program "Jim Cramer's RealMoney."