Tuesday: PepsiCo, Yum Brands, Adobe analyst meeting, Germany's industrial production
PepsiCo: This consumer product company has done miraculous things lately, but the stock has done nothing. Could the tides be changing? Cramer thinks eventually something good is bound to happen with all of the right moves that its CEO has been making.
Yum Brands: This stock will prove to be a bargain, and Cramer says to buy it if it gets hammered on Monday.
Adobe analyst meeting: The meeting might prove to be the best thing that happens on Tuesday. Cramer wants to own this stock ahead of the meeting, because he thinks the story is fantastic.
Germany industrial production: Cramer is paying close attention to this number and to the trade balance figures on Thursday because 70 percent of Germany's business is related to cars and exporting. Given the turmoil with Volkswagen recently, Germany has a few problems right now that could impact the health of Europe.
Wednesday: Constellation Brands, Monsanto
Constellation: This company has been nothing short of miraculous, Cramer said. It has the hammerlock on the two fastest growing beer brands in the U.S., Modelo and Corona. Cramer recommended doing some buying both before and after the quarter.
Thursday: Domino's Pizza, Alcoa
Domino's: Cramer considers this to be the most forward-looking tech play in the restaurant business, which is the secret to its growth. He expects good numbers but suggested waiting until after the quarter to buy it as there could be a sell-off after it reports.
Alcoa: Its recent announcement that it will break up into two companies, a higher value-added products play and a low-cost commodity maker, didn't get the attention it deserved, in Cramer's opinion. He thinks there is one point of downside and four points up, and he likes the risk-reward.
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Friday: Stratasys shareholder meeting
Cramer thinks this 3D-printing company is among one of the most disappointing stocks of this era. 3D was once a craze, as there was so much excitement around it that the stocks kept driving higher. Then, it ended suddenly, and shareholders were left whimpering. This story reminded Cramer of what is happening with cult stocks such as GoPro and Mobileye.
"It's a cautionary tale that must not be overlooked because it's pretty much what this market has become for so many highfliers," Cramer added.
Ultimately, investors should brace themselves for a busy week. Despite the recent turmoil in the markets, earnings do matter. They always have, and they always will and next week is the playoffs for earnings.