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James J. Cramer born February 10, is an American television personality, former hedge fund manager, and best-selling author. Cramer was born in in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania a suburb of Philadelphia ,  to Jewish parents. Cramer, was an artist. Cramer's father, N. Ken Cramer, owned International Packaging Products in Philadelphia; the company sold wrapping paper, boxes and bags to retailers and restaurants. He lives in Summit, New Jersey.
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All dividends and other cash distributions received by the trust are donated to charity. Jim Cramers charitable trust is a portfolio of stock holdings whose proceeds from profits are given to charities. In , Jim Cramer converted his Action Alerts Plus portfolio into a charitable trust, with the goal being to educate investors with realtime stock trades and information. Cramer trades stocks for this charitable trust and he uses it to teach people what, why and how to trade. For over 10 years I was a successful hedge fund manager.
Update: The photo caption on this story previously included a partial quote from Jim Cramer, it has been updated to include the full quote. It rose just 1. Allergan has a 4. FB, There are a number of factors at play in why Action Alerts Plus has underperformed the market, including most prominently the fact that the fund keeps a large cash position so that it can donate money to charity, according to both the Wharton report and TheStreet. Today its smallest-cap holding is in Panera Bread Co. CNBC also declined to comment on specific ratings.