Cramer's Earnings Preview for Tuesday


On Tuesday, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer plans to monitor quarterly earnings reports from both Carnival and Jabil Circuit.

To start,Carnival will report earnings before Tuesday’s opening bell.

“Not that long ago, a Carnival cruise line ship had a horrendous accident off the coast of Italy. At the time — while I didn’t want to seem callous — I said that you had to take advantage of the decline the crash engendered to buy the stock because Micky Arison, the Chairman and CEO, would find a way to come back from this tragedy,” Cramer said. “Sure enough, the stock [has] been on a nice move upward ever since and I believe that the accident will barely come up on the call.”

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After Tuesday’s close, Cramer looks forward to earnings results from Jabil Circuit.

“This is a company — a contract manufacturer for all kinds of tech and health care products, among others — that hasn’t done much of late and that’s highly unusual, as it’s one of the best multi-year performers out there,” Cramer said, adding that he thinks the technology company will likely report a better-than-expected quarter.

Read on for Cramer's "Game Plan" for the rest of the week

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