Cramer has some thoughts about the Alibaba earnings. Alibaba will be reporting before the bell on Friday, Nov. 2. FactSet estimates that Alibaba will be reporting earnings per share of $1.07.
TheStreet's Annie Gaus is covering what investors should be looking at when it comes to Alibaba.
"Since hitting a record high on June 5, the Chinese Internet giant has lost more than 35% of its value. Among the factors that have weighed on Alibaba's stock are the Internet giant's spending, macroeconomic events such as tariffs and a weakened renminbi, and a general pullback from other Chinese behemoths like Tencent," wrote Gaus.
Here's what she thinks investors should keep an eye on when the company reports.
- Cloud updates and core commerce
- Merger and acquisition plans
- Commentary on the Chinese economy
For more insight, you can check out Gaus's article here.
And what about Kraft-Heinz?
The company is set to report Q3 earnings after the bell on Thursday, Nov. 1.
Cramer responded that he's just not a fan.
Over the past year, Kraft-Heinz shares have dropped 30%.
Kraft is expected to announce earnings per share of $0.81 according to FactSet.