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The only gold play that Cramer recommends

In a time where commodities are being slammed left and right, how do you play gold? Cramer has always recommended gold as insurance for a portfolio. It will protect from both inflation and economic turmoil.

But what the heck to do you do today, when you have growth without inflation?

Cramer still thinks that for the purpose of diversification, having gold in a portfolio is still very important.Randgold is Cramer's top gold pick, as he considers it to be the best-run gold miner in the field.




The identifying marks of 'KIB' for Kibali, 'DRC' for Democratic Republic of Congo, and a unique number sit on gold bars after engraving at the Kibali gold mine, operated by Randgold Resources Ltd.
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The identifying marks of 'KIB' for Kibali, 'DRC' for Democratic Republic of Congo, and a unique number sit on gold bars after engraving at the Kibali gold mine, operated by Randgold Resources Ltd.

Randgold had a rough quarter when it reported back in February, but 2014 was a tough year overall for gold. Could Cramer's favorite play on go higher? Cramer spoke with Randgold Resources CEO Dr. Mark Bristow to find out.

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"The first thing is that we really wanted to get our house in order and ensure our profitability. So you will see in our annual report where we presented these results you talked about, it's about a 10 year plan and being profitable at $1,000 an ounce for gold for 10 years…It's about harvesting that capital, delivering returns to our shareholders who have been very patient," Dr. Bristow said.

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