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While Jim Cramer is beaming that the Dow has set its first record close for 2015 on Friday, he is still skeptical. In fact, he even thinks that Monday could be an opportunity to do some buying on Monday in the event that there is a European inspired selloff.
"You'd better have your buy list ready on Monday just in case this market sells off after we stop feeling euphoric and start realizing that this Greek deal is a total kick the can four months down the road cop out that doesn't necessarily solve anything, " said Cramer.
With the Greece situation fresh on his mind, he will be watching the earnings next week with a heavy emphasis on retail and possible acquisitions that could be on the horizon. Here is what the "Mad Money" host will be watching next week:
Monday: DISH Network, Magnum Hunter Resources, Express Scripts
DISH Networks: Cramer thinks that even though this stock has had a tremendous move recently, it could keep running higher. He anticipates that the company will discuss pending deals involving telco and cable.
Magnum Hunter Resources: The CEO Gary Evans will have to give it to investors straight. Cramer thinks he will lay out a plan of the assets he plans to sell, and expects to see a $2 jump in the stock.
Express Scripts: This company was the catalyst of the biotech decline when it made a deal with AbbVie for cheaper Hep C treatment. Cramer is expecting to hear a good story from this one.
Tuesday: Domino's Pizza, Macy's, Toll Brothers, Home Depot, Valeant, Cracker Barrel
Domino's: Cramer has loved this tech company disguised as a restaurant for a long time. He wants to hear more about what it has in store for India's growth, and the impact of commodity costs.
Macy's: The "Mad Money" host thinks retailers like Macy's and Dillard's are benefitting from the cold weather that much of the U.S. has seen lately. He thinks Macy's should do fine, while Dillard's could put up strong earnings.
Valeant: Cramer is watching for major news from Valeant when it reports. Will it announce a deal to buy Salix Pharma? If so, Cramer thinks the stock could go much higher. He thinks it could be the story of the week!
Cracker Barrel: With all of the money that consumers are saving at the gas pump these days, Cramer anticipates Cracker Barrel will have fabulous numbers. Keep your eyes out for them!
Wednesday: L Brands, DineEquity, Target, Salesforce.com
The first three companies are all retailers, and Cramer especially has his eye on Target. However, with all three companies having terrific CEOs, he's expecting a bump in numbers.
Salesforce.com: While this stock has been struggling lately, Cramer expects that it could potentially hit new highs when it reports next week.
Thursday: Blackhawk Network Holdings, J.C. Penney, Monster Beverage, Ross Stores
Blackhawk: Cramer absolutely cannot wait for this company to report. He sees dollar signs in the future, especially with the amount of opportunity that it presents to be acquired and the growing prepaid gift card industry.
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J.C. Penney: Can it deliver? Cramer thinks it has to step up its technology game to even be in the same ballpark as its competitors. However, he warned investors to listen to the company conference call before trading the stock.
Friday: NRG Energy
Cramer likes the CEO of this company, and considers David Crane a visionary. With its large solar business, he wouldn't be surprised to hear about other ways that Crane has found to transform into rooftop solar.