Action Alerts Plus

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Action Alerts Plus, Jim Cramer's charitable trust, is a subscription service. I am NOT a subscriber. However, whenever Jim mentions a stock that he owns for Action Alerts Plus on his show(s), he must disclose it. This is only a chronicle of his disclosures. These stocks have, at one time or another, been in the portfolio.

TheStreet.com Interview - July 13, 2007 - Cramer sold a part of the Action Alerts Plus HAL position because "Halliburton has made so many mistakes." He thought the KBR divestiture was poorly timed. The company is poorly run.

In his book "Mad Money - Watch TV, Get Rich", Jim mentions as a strategy to look at the stocks he mentions he owns for Action Alerts Plus. He owns stocks in Action Alerts Plus that he never mentions in Mad Money, so to get the full picture, you need to subscribe. Hopefully, this list will give you some ideas.

Look in the comments for the date(s) and the reason he included it at the time he mentioned it. I do not know when he bought the stock, and/or whether it's still in the portfolio. The performance of this portfolio has no relation (that I know of) to the performance of the Action Alerts Plus portfolio. For that, you need to subscribe to Action Alerts Plus. Sorry :-). I am just recording what he publicly needs to disclose.

The date that I use is just the date that I discovered that he had the stock in the portfolio, and has no relationship to the dates he mentioned the stock. As I said, the stock may or may not be in his portfolio now.

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