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Cramer’s Game Plan for Tuesday

Monday, 1 Oct 2012 | 2:50 PM ET

Looking ahead to Tuesday, here's what's on "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer's agenda.

To start, apparel maker PVH will host an analyst meeting. In the past, CEO Manny Chirico has used these events to report better-than-expected numbers. Chirico has been optimistic in recent interviews with Cramer, so he thinks the positive tone will continue.

Meanwhile, fertilizer maker Mosaic is slated to report earnings before Tuesday’s opening bell. To Cramer, the “agriculture trade is alive and well.”

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Natural gas is a key cost input for fertilizer, so Cramer thinks Mosaic could benefit from the current low price of nat gas. At current levels, Mosaic’s stock is cheap, too, but Cramer prefers rival Monsanto.

Speaking of Monsanto, the St. Louis-based company will deliver earnings Wednesday.

“Funny thing about Monsanto. Even though it makes seeds, it trades as if it’s a biotech company,” Cramer said, noting that based on its price-to-earnings multiple, Monsanto is more expensive than Celgene or Gilead Sciences right now.

“Monsanto’s an innovator and the company has patents on seeds that are worth fortunes,” Cramer continued. “But is it the big winner that everyone thinks it is?”

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

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