What Cramer Expects of Apple's Earnings

Tuesday, 19 Jul 2011 | 11:12 AM ET

As earnings season continues to heat up, Cramer on Tuesday plans to monitor two companies' results in particular.

To start, Cramer will look for Apple's earnings results after the closing bell. Analysts got Google's earnings wrong and Cramer thinks they'll get Apple's results wrong, too. There are real concerns regarding CEO Steve Jobs' health and the recent departure of executive Ron Johnson, but investors should really be worried about missing the next move, Cramer said. He wouldn't dump this stock.

Chipotle Mexican Grill will also deliver earnings after the close. After having posted a 125 percent gain, Cramer wants to know if this fast-growing stock has tapped out. He thinks it has multiple years of growth ahead of it, though, especially since raw costs have recently come down. Take any opportunity to buy this high-growth stock, Cramer said.

Click ahead to get Cramer's "Game Plan" for the rest of the week.

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