Traders who’ve main tech stocks of their portfolio ought to brace for potential volatility this earnings season, CNBC’s Jim Cramer mentioned Thursday. “If you wish to personal these stocks proper now, you have to be keen to take some ache. You are going to have to look at the remainder of the market catch up a bit to them whereas they do not want in value,” the “Mad Cash” host predicted. “However sooner or later, they’re going to make a comeback, as a result of these are certainly the perfect firms on Earth.”Cramer’s feedback come forward of a jam-packed earnings schedule subsequent week, with tech giants Apple, Fb and Google-parent Alphabet all scheduled to report. E-commerce large Amazon additionally is about to report. All of this may happen in opposition to the backdrop of this week’s studies from Microsoft and Tesla, which each noticed promoting strain after releasing their quarterly numbers, Cramer mentioned. An identical scenario ensued for Netflix, he added. “All these Huge Tech stocks commerce collectively, and once you kick off earnings season with such disappointing motion, effectively, it does not bode effectively for the remainder of the group,” Cramer mentioned.However Cramer mentioned long-term buyers in these stocks shouldn’t be too involved about any potential promoting in these stocks. It simply is likely to be that they are coming into the quarter “too sizzling,” he mentioned. Plus, he mentioned, the CEOs of Apple, Google, Amazon and Fb are set to testify earlier than Congress early subsequent week. Wall Street reacted poorly to Netflix’s quarter, primarily on account of the weak steerage for brand new subscribers, Cramer mentioned. Some analysts raised issues about Microsoft’s Home windows forecast, he mentioned, whereas different individuals broached issues about Tesla’s income from the sale of regulatory carbon-emissions credit to different automakers. Regardless of the qualms that may have contributed to these two stocks experiencing draw back strain, Cramer mentioned he didn’t consider they rose to the indication of the businesses having a basic drawback. “The stock’s simply obtained too sizzling for the second. The basics had nothing to do with this sell-off,” Cramer contended. “Sadly, additionally they had nothing to do with the final 10 to 15 proportion factors of upside, which is why [these] names are so susceptible.” Disclosure: Cramer’s charitable belief owns shares of Apple, Amazon, Fb and Alphabet.