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Jim Cramer Unmasks the Only Thing That Scares Him About This Market

Here's what's spooking Jim Cramer in this market.

Are you scared yet?

The month of October has proven to be a spooky month for the market. 

Jim Cramer revealed the one company that's still gives him the frights. 

The Poisoned Apple?

Cramer said that he's worried about Apple (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. (AAPL) Report missing earnings. 

The Final FANG is set to report earnings on Thursday, Nov. 1. FactSet estimates that Apple will announce a GAAP earnings per share of $2.78. 

Cramer said that the only thing spooking him is the chance that Apple misses earnings. 

Don't know what to watch for when Apple releases earnings? TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa wrote about the top things investors should be looking at.

His list includes:

  • iPhone volumes
  • iPhone trends
  • Services growth
  • Other products growth
  • Gross margin trends
  • China sales and commentary
  • Mac and iPad sales
  • Stock buybacks

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Quite a list, right? Go more in-depth by reading Jhonsa's article here

A Glance Ahead

Are you ready for Alibaba (BABA) - Get Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Sponsored ADR Report and Kraft-Heinz (KHC) - Get Kraft Heinz Company (KHC) Report ?

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.

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.

Ask Jim

Karen emailed in asking whether or not Brinks BCO is a buy now that it's involved in cannabis transport. 

Cramer responded that he likes the company. 

Got a question for Jim? You can tweet at @KatherineRooss or email to ask Cramer a question about the markets.