Earnings season is heating up.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS portfolio manager Jim Cramer shares his insights with me on our daily Facebook show.
Here are a few highlights:
Jim Cramer: I Don't Like the Automaker Stocks
"It really doesn't matter what they report," he said. "I think they generate a lot of cash but they don't deploy the cash in any way that really favors the shareholder."
A Key Valuation Metric for Citigroup
Cramer said Citigroup is the cheapest of the major banks on a tangible book value basis.
"In other words, if you close the door, how much cash do they have?" he said.
The stock is a holding of Action Alerts PLUS and Cramer will speak to CEO Michael Corbat on Thursday's edition of CNBC's Mad Money.
Take a Long-Term View on Alphabet
While some investors are selling shares of Alphabet (GOOGL) - Get Report following the company's latest earnings report on Monday, Cramer urges investors to take a long-term view on the Google parent company.
Watch all of Jim Cramer's latest videos, right here:
- Jim Cramer Reveals Why He Doesn't Like the Automaker Stocks
- Jim Cramer Reveals Why McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook Is Crushing It
- Facebook Has Been Chilled By Alphabet, Jim Cramer Explains
- Caterpillar Could Rise to $120, Jim Cramer Explains
- Jim Cramer on Jimmy Choo: I Think Michael Kors Was Desperate
- Jim Cramer Reveals a Key Valuation Metric for Citigroup
- Take Advantage of Any Weakness in United Technologies Shares, Jim Cramer Says
- Jim Cramer Reveals What to Watch in Boeing and Coca-Cola's Earnings