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The markets may still be celebrating a Trump victory, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Friday, but an errant cabinet appointment could send us lower. Until that happens however, Cramer's game plan for next week continues to focus on earnings.
On Monday, Cramer said, he'll be looking out for Tyson Foods (TSN) , Jack in the Box (JACK) and Palo Alto Networks (PANW) . Tyson is good, but out of favor, Cramer said while remaining bullish on Jack and Palo Alto.
Cramer was not bullish on Campbell Soup (CPB) , which also reports Tuesday, but did have good things to say about Tech Data (TECD) , Analog Devices (ADI) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) , an Action Alerts PLUS holding.
On Wednesday, Deere & Company (DE) reports earnings, and Cramer said the company's numbers just don't justify the stock's big move to the upside.
Thursday is Thanksgiving, followed by the Black Friday retail season kickoff.
The stock and bond markets are closed on Thanksgiving and close early on Friday.
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In this week's roundup for Action Alerts PLUS, Cramer and Jack Mohr say that the tech breakout notwithstanding, financials were strong again. Read what they're telling their members about next week with a free trial membership to their investment club.