Cramer Expects Strong Earnings from 2 Names Wednesday

Expect strong earnings from two companies after Wednesday's closing bell, Cramer said.

Continental Resources will announce a "blow out" quarter after the close, the "Mad Money" host predicted. Although based in Enid, Okla., the oil and gas company has a strong presence in the Bakken shale, which stretches from Western North Dakota to Montana along the Canadian border. Bad weather in that area hurt the company's results last quarter, but he expects good things this time around.

Meanwhile, Cramer is looking for an upside surprise from Qualcomm after Wednesday's close. The San Diego, Calif.-based company makes digital wireless telecommunications products. The hottest thing in the wireless space is 4G, Cramer said, and Qualcomm has it "in spades."

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