Monday: Existing home sales, Mattress Firm
Existing home sales: Cramer needs to see this number remain strong before he decides whether to continue recommending investors buy home and home-related stocks.
Mattress Firm: Cramer fears it that it took on too much debt during its buying spree of bed stores. He is concerned it could be more stretched than he is comfortable with.
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Tuesday: Nike, Red Hat, Five Below
Nike: Cramer is a buyer if the stock gets hit before the quarter because he is expecting very strong numbers. But then again, so is everyone else.
Wednesday: General Mills, PVH, KB Home
General Mills: As one of Cramer's favorite companies, he can't wait to gauge the success of its attempts to become more natural and organic. It tends to go up over time and not jump all at ones.
"My suggestion? If you don't own General Mills, wait, and if it gets hit, I'd do some buying for the long-term," Cramer said.
KB Home: Housing's strength will be tested when KB Hold reports. If it delivers a good number, Cramer thinks it will push the whole group to another level. For those looking to take advantage of the pin action in the housing cohort, Lennar remains Cramer's favorite.
Thursday: Accenture, Finish Line, Signet Jewelers, GameStop
Finish Line: As it has consistently missed expectations, Cramer is on the sidelines waiting to see if it can finally pull off a good quarter.
Signet Jewelers: Cramer is interested to find out why its balance sheet has so much debt for a retailer. It is too risky, in his opinion.
Friday: Personal consumption data
With poor retail sales earlier in the week, Cramer wants to confirm that the consumer data still has a pulse. This number could provide insight.
"All of those predictions for a horrendous 2016 based on a poor January are now blown out of the water. Now, it is time to return to examining the fundamentals of individual companies, not the taxonomy of the Federal Reserve," Cramer said.