'Mad Money' Moments—The Results Are In

Friday, 15 Mar 2013 | 6:55 PM ET

Earlier in the month we asked you, the loyal citizens of Cramerica, about your favorite "Mad Money" moment.

That is we asked you to select from among five videos identified by the "Mad Money" staff as favorites.

On Friday March 15, in conjunction with our 8th anniversary special, we revealed the following results:

The Rant - 58%
Investment Proposal - 17%
Before the Fall - 12%
Flash Crash - 9%
Go West, Young Man - 3%

Do you agree with the outcome?

You can still tell us what you think! The clips will still play. Watch now and vote in the poll at the bottom of the page. It will show you the current tally, instantly.

Flash Crash
May 6, 2010: a thousand points erased and recovered in minutes. Panic gripped the markets, but Cramer saw through the fear.
The Rant
It was August 2007 near the height of the financial crisis. Cramer was fed up. The result needs no further introduction.
Before the Fall
In 2008, before the market's largest declines took place, Cramer appeared on NBC's Today Show to urge all investors to exercise extreme caution.
Go West, Young Man
Mad Money put its boots on the ground in North Dakota's Bakken Shale in August 2011 to dig into American energy development.
Investment Proposal
Wednesday, 6 Mar 2013 | 12:00 AM ET
In June 2012, an unexpected question was asked during Mad Money's "It's A Family Affair" show.

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