Jim Cramer harbors a grudge for Wall Street professionals who tell people they can't invest on their own.
"I watched people clobber the market regularly and I have always, therefore, resented those who tell you that you can't do it yourself," the "Mad Money" host said.
When Cramer worked at Goldman Sachs advising wealthy investors on their portfolios, he was astonished by how often home gamers would crush the market simply by doing their homework.
These days everyone has equal access to information, thanks to technology. Investors can now simply research companies and make decisions based on how they think the companies and management will do. It's not like the old days when Cramer had to wander around the Goldman Sachs library looking for the most up-to-date reports.