Jim Cramer can't wait to start a new week of investing and happily bid this week goodbye. In his opinion, investors spent way too much time focusing on the Fed and not enough time on the actual companies affecting their portfolios.
"I'm hoping next week, with its earnings laden announcements, might produce some more logical action," the "Mad Money" host said.
With that in mind, here is what Cramer will have his eye on next week:
Monday: Wells Fargo energy conference
This conference will allow many companies to give their perspective on where they think oil is headed. Cramer is interested to hear what they have to say about the horrendous decision for Royal Dutch to bid on BG, as well as other mergers and acquisitions that could be in the works. The "Mad Money" host thinks this conference could dictate the direction of oil futures next week, since they tend to rely on rumors.
Tuesday: Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo
Johnson & Johnson: Cramer shared a secret with investors on this company: Headline numbers for Johnson & Johnson are always useless. The only way to know how the company is really doing is to listen to the conference call. About halfway through, they will share their outlook. Cramer has seen investors get spooked on this company, and he suspects company estimates may have come down hard because of the strong dollar.
JPMorgan & Wells Fargo: Cramer expects to hear both firms complain about the low interest rate environment. He thinks JPMorgan might be able to hit its numbers, but since Wells has a big mortgage business, he thinks some number cuts might be on tap.
"That said, my charitable trust owns Wells, and I wouldn't mind buying more of Warren Buffett's favorite bank into weakness—even with low rates, it's pretty darned lucrative," Cramer added.