It was a good week for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus investing club. 

The club had a slew of companies in its portfolio report earnings that beat estimates. 

But Cramer's got his eyes on some companies that haven't even reported yet. One such company? Kohl's.

Cramer weighs in on why he's impressed by the company and why he's keeping an eye on the department store despite the fact that other stores are facing pressure from Amazon (AMZN - Get Report) . 


"Now let me just say this about Kohl's. Target (TGT - Get Report) got upgraded twice [Monday] because people felt wait a second, Amazon did same day. Isn't that bad for Target? Amazon and Kohl's are partners...Did you know that stock is the most heavily shorted stock of the department stores? So we've chosen to not sell but to buy more because I don't think people realize what Michelle Gass, who's the CEO, has got going. And I just think people keep underestimating the franchise and it's a buy. I mean it's just a huge buy right here," he said. 

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