Oh boy. Jim Cramer's talking about data center stocks again. So let's look at his track record. For all those investors that followed Cramer's "sell, sell, sell" recommendation in Oct. 2009, here's what you missed.
Investor disappointment over earnings at F5 Networks (FFIV) spilled over into shares of other companies whose fortunes are tied to the growth of cloud computing, including Rackspace (RAX) and Terremark (TMRK).
After a year without data center IPOs in 2009, the public markets opened for a select number of companies in 2010, most notably CoreSite Realty (COR). Here's a review of the IPO activity in 2010.
Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT has begun selling shares for a stock offering in which it hopes to raise between $200 million and $1.75 billion to purchase data centers and medical facilities.