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3 Earnings Cramer's Watching Tuesday Morning

Earnings season is now well underway, and there are three names in particular that Cramer plans to monitor when they report before the bell Tuesday.

First, the “most hobbled of all banks,” Bank of America , announces its earnings before the open. The "Mad Money" host said this is a company that remains troubled on every front, and is the worst investment of his charitable trust.

"The legal bills alone are horrendous," he said, "plus you have a U.S. Senator telling you to take your money out because they're charging fees."

But Cramer feels better about Coca-Cola, which also reports ahead of the opening bell. Raw costs are down, sales are up, there’s great management and a good dividend, Cramer said.

He also likes EMC . Many think it's the cheapest growth tech stock because of its dominance of big data storage.

"I think that it's a winner," he said.

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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Coca-Cola, EMC and Bank of America.

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