Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Apple Earnings After the Close

Jim Cramer shares stock market news including Apple earnings coverage, Starbucks share rising after earnings, and Amazon preview of earnings Thursday.
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The Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq are all down as investors prepare for tech earnings after the bell Thursday.

On Mad Money Wednesday, Jim Cramer says he's tired of hearing we're in a bubble. Some stocks are going up because they are posting good earnings, where we are in the comeback cycle, and their forecasts.

TheStreet's Katherine Ross and Cramer are on Street Lightning talking about Apple earnings this morning. They are previewing what investors should be watching when Apple reports its quarterly financials Thursday after the close. 

Apple Earnings Live Coverage

Street Lightning is doing special live coverage on Apple earnings today with Cramer speaking about what to expect when the tech giant reports. Watch Cramer live now on Street Lightning as he breaks down everything for Apple. TheStreet's Apple Maven will be answering questions in the comments, head over to Street Lightning and join the conversation.

Starbucks Stock: Buy or Sell?

Starbucks shares were rising yesterday after the coffee chain reported a narrow loss in its quarterly financials Wednesday. Starbucks has been dealing with several store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic and the surprisingly decent numbers gave investors confidence.

Cramer talks about the Starbucks report and if things will get better in 2020.

Amazon Stock: Buy or Sell?

Amazon will report earnings after the close of trading Thursday with several other big-tech stocks including Apple and Alphabet. TheStreet analyzed what investors should be looking at when it reports earnings along with how to trade the stock. Amazon is one of the companies that has benefited most from the coronavirus pandemic and shutdowns.

Cramer is actually worried about their report and tells investors why.

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