Monday: Apple WWDC kickoff
Don't be too quick to pull the trigger, Cramer said. This conference tends to be an occasion where news comes out that can move the stock. Cramer suspects it could be a rallying point for analysts to say good things about the company. He's got his eye on any news pertaining to service revenue being added.
Tuesday: U.S. retail sales, eurozone industrial production
U.S. retail sales: Based on data from broad line retailers, the only strong performance in May was from the dollar stores. Cramer expects another number that confirms this, which means interest rates will go down further and financials could be under pressure.
European industrial production: Cramer refused to believe that anyone would be foolish enough to own a German 10-year bond.
"I'm telling you that this is one where if we get some strength, you are going to feel like a knucklehead owning German 10-year bunds, which yield almost nothing and may be the most overvalued pieces of paper in the world," he said.
Wednesday: Federal Reserve meeting, Jabil Circuit
Now that the economy's nonfarm payroll report had only 38,000 jobs last month, the fear of the Fed meeting has passed. Cramer expects to hear from members of the board who want an increase in rates, but referred to them as "jokers."
Thursday: Kroger, Rite-Aid, Oracle, Smith & Wesson
Rite Aid: Cramer will be listening to hear when Walgreens' acquisition of Rite Aid will close. Reports indicated on Friday that the FTC will bless the deal, and Walgreen's roared higher.
Kroger: Cramer suspects that Kroger has been distracted by its $800 million purchase of Roundy's. If it gets the deal right, he thinks the stock could head higher though he prefers Whole Foods.
Friday: SeaWorld, Baker Hughes rig count
Baker Hughes rig count: The rig count on Friday showed there was an increase in rigs, though it was only three. However, that is two weeks in a row where more rigs are being used, which could put downward pressure on the price of oil. He wants investors to be prepared if the rig count climbs again.