Magna: Car parts supplier Magna will report earnings on Thursday amid pressure on the auto industry.
"[Magna] is, amazingly, just about a dollar off its 52-week high," Cramer said. "I expect an incredibly strong number here that will perhaps breathe new life into the worst acting group in the entire market, and that's saying something."
Nvidia: Cramer-fave Nvidia will also report earnings. The "Mad Money" host lamented how controversial its stock has become given that the company's graphics chips are leading products in the data center, artificial intelligence, gaming and autonomous car industries.
"So then what's controversial? Simple: for the last few quarters, Nvidia's bottom line has been boosted by cryptocurrency mining," he explained. "But that business, which many people always regarded as a fad, has cooled dramatically."
But if Nvidia's stock gets slashed as analysts issue number cuts and downgrades on a weaker cryptocurrency business, Cramer said that his charitable trust, which owns shares, would use the pain as an opportunity to buy more.
"Crypto-mining is a sideshow. It's just not the real Jensen Huang story," he said.