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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- "Someday I promise to have a game plan that doesn't start with Europe," Jim Cramer told his
"Mad Money" TV show viewers on Friday.
But next week won't be that week, he continued, as Europe remains in control.
Cramer said that his game plan starts on Sunday with Spanish elections. He said the response to those elections will set the tone for the rest of the week's trading.
On Monday, Cramer said he expects disappointing words from
Hewlett-Packard(HPQ) and doesn't expect that company to have anything positive to say. Another company of little interest,
Tech Data(TECD), a company not worth owning, but one worth listening to for their read on tech.
For Tuesday, Cramer said that
DSW(DSW) might be worth buying ahead of their quarter, as rivals
Foot Locker(FL) and
Deckers Outdoor(DECK) both reported positive earnings. Also on Tuesday,
Pandora(P), a stock that Cramer said is not for him.
John Deere(DE), a stock which Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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, tops the list for Wednesday. Cramer said this company often has a gloomy conference call, and that weakness is an opportunity to buy.
Also on Wednesday, the deadline looms for our hopelessly deadlocked congressional super committee. Cramer said that no one has any hope a deal will be reached, so maybe their results won't be so disappointing after all.
Cramer also reminded viewers that since Europe will not be taking a holiday on Thursday, our markets could be impacted when they return for a shortened session on Friday.