With so many earnings squarely in the rear view mirror, Cramer thinks now is a good time to look at companies that have rallied post quarter, and then attempt to determine which could have more upside.
Cramer is only giving his attentions to those companies, which have already reported, in an attempt to limit risk. That is, because widespread geo-political events are threatening stocks broadly, Cramer wants to avoid companies that present earnings risk too.
"Therefore, I'm only interested in companies that have shown us their results."
And although Jim Cramer is a fundamental investor, he often turns to technical analysis in his quest for find new stock ideas. Following is technical analysis from Dan Fitzpatrick, one of Cramer's colleagues at RealMoney.com, involving 3 stocks that have already rallied after earnings, but could still go higher.