The “Cramer Tracker SJIM” is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) designed as a direct counter-response to television personality Jim Cramer’s stock recommendations. Historically, Cramer has garnered attention for his pattern of endorsing stocks that subsequently plummeted and advising against stocks that soon surged. This inconsistency led to suspicions that he’s a puppet for Wall Street, manipulating public sentiment to benefit major financial players. Recognizing this trend, savvy investors saw an opportunity: if acting contrary to Cramer’s advice could yield profits, why not institutionalize it? Thus, the Cramer Tracker SJIM was born, aiming to capitalize by doing the exact opposite of Cramer’s public suggestions. Managed by Tuttle Capital Management and listed on the Cboe exchange, this ETF serves as both an investment tool and a critique of mainstream financial punditry. However, potential investors should be aware of the inherent risks and understand that past performance doesn’t guarantee future results.