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Cramer is an entertainer

Obama Accountability Index

He may be conservative, but he's not very credible. I recalculated his index and it comes in at 165.20 today. He dropped it because it refutes him.

data source
week of
19-Jan 10-Nov stock code
6.24 16.03 bac (Bank America)
3.49 0.58 MTLQQ old GM
24.28 44.17 jpm (JP Morgan)
3.47 4.18 c (Citi)
35.66 59.96 cat (Caterpiller)
12.03 15.78 ge (GE)
14.195 23.45 average
100 165.20 index RJJensen 00:24, 11 November 2009 (EST)

Very helpful! Thank you for doing the calculations! Wow.. much appreciated. DerekE 01:06, 11 November 2009 (EST)
Updates. I did some calculations too. DerekE 20:30, 11 November 2009 (EST)
Data Source
Stock ticker Jan 21 Nov 10
BAC 6.68 16.03
MTLQQ 3.52 0.58
JPM 22.63 44.17
C 3.67 4.18
CAT 39.55 59.96
GE 13.03 15.78
Average Price:
14.846
23.45
= 58% increase
Index:
100
158
= 58% increase
S&P 500 price:
840.24
1,093.01
= 30% increase
From January 21 to November 10, 2009, the
Obama Accountability Index increased 18%
over the S&P 500. Thus, according to the
OAI, Obama is doing well.















Citation

I updated Jim Cramer's article with a citation pointing here, as a reference for how we calculated the Obama Accountability Index. DerekE 13:31, 25 November 2009 (EST)

Updates (February 10, 2010). DerekE 15:40, 12 February 2010 (EST)

Data Source
Stock ticker Jan 21, 2009 Feb 10, 2010
BAC 6.68 14.67
MTLQQ 3.52 0.59
JPM 22.63 38.87
C 3.67 3.20
CAT 39.55 53.15
GE 13.03 15.69
Average Price:
14.846
21.02
= 41.65% increase
Index:
100
141.65
= 41.65% increase
S&P 500 price:
840.24
1,068.13
= 27.2% increase
From January 21, 2009, to February 10, 2010, the
Obama Accountability Index increased 14.45%
over the S&P 500. Thus, according to the
OAI, Obama is doing well.















OAI Underperformed

I updated the Obama Accountability Index, including adjusting the stock price for Citigroup (C) following their reverse stock split.[1]

Updates (August 22, 2011). DerekE 17:00, 6 September 2011 (EDT)

Data Source
Stock ticker Jan 21, 2009 Aug 22, 2011
BAC 6.68 6.42
MTLQQ 3.52 0.04
JPM 22.63 33.41
C 36.70 Stock Split History 26.06
CAT 39.55 79.89
GE 13.03 15.11
Average Price:
20.35
26.82
= 31.79% increase
Index:
122.11
160.93
= 31.79% increase
S&P 500 price:
840.24
1,123.82
= 33.7% increase
From January 21, 2009 to August 22, 2011 the
Obama Accountability Index underperformed the
S&P 500 Index by 1.91%. Thus, according to the
OAI, Obama is struggling to rejuvenate the economy.