Aluminum maker Alcoa’s stock, on the other hand, is a much tougher call for Cramer. Thanks to CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, Cramer thinks this is a well-run company. But while the potential for aluminum use is high, he thinks there’s just too much being produced the world over, especially in China. So Cramer told viewers not to be surprised if the company reports some disappointing numbers after the close.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11
For a read on the agricultural and construction industries, Cramer plans to monitor Titan Machinery’s earnings results because it sells and rents equipment. It also carries earth moving equipment, so it could shed light on companies like United Rentals and Caterpillar .
THURSDAY, APRIL 12
Google will deliver earnings after Thursday’s close. Cramer thinks the Internet company is doing well in terms of earnings. Its stock is inexpensive, too. The company is well-positioned with mobile, social and cloud computing business segments. He expects there could be some confusion about its results, but is confident it’s doing just fine.
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