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.
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