Cramer has always recommended that investors have some exposure to gold, either through actual bullion, an ETF like GLD or a high quality miner like Randgold. Now that gold has finally woken up from a four year slumber, could it be poised to roar even higher?
"The precious metal is a terrific insurance policy against worldwide economic chaos," the "Mad Money" host said. (Tweet This)
To find out if gold has a bright future ahead, Cramer turned to Carley Garner, a technician and commodities expert who is the co-founder of DeCarley Trading, and Cramer's colleague at RealMoney.com.
Garner took a look at the results of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's commitments of traders report. She used this report as a tool to find out how big institutional money managers are placing their bets in the gold futures market.
She found that in December of 2015, large speculators were net long only 20,000 futures contracts. Since that time the precious metal has rallied, and the net long position has increased to 100,000 futures contracts. However, Garner said she wouldn't consider the bullish position aggressive until it gets to around 250,000.
Meaning, if big money wants to bet on gold, there is still plenty of room on the sidelines. That could mean there is a ton of firepower left to send gold higher.
"I think this could be a terrific story, and if you don't already have some gold exposure, you might want to get ready to build a position," Cramer said.
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Cramer also reminded investors that in order to be great, they must be aware of more than just individual companies. This means understanding cutting edge trends that could change the way an industry is viewed.
And with people living longer and healthier lives than ever, the health care industry is undergoing a big revolution. That is why Cramer spoke with Dr. David Agus, an oncologist and professor at the USC Keck School of Medicine, as well as the head of USC's Westside Cancer Center.
Dr. Agus is also the author of several books, with his most recent entitled "The Lucky Years: How to Thrive in the Brave New World of Health."
"I watch two to three people a week who die of disease, and I don't want to do that anymore. So it's about bringing new technologies and new ways of thinking, and changing healthcare … health and food are 30 percent of the U.S. economy, yet we don't talk about it," Dr. Agus said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Carmax: "We did a look at these stocks, and they've gotten ridiculously oversold. Both Carmax and AutoNation. I know that the numbers aren't perfect, but I also have to come back to the fact that I think Ford and GM are too cheap. So I'm kind of warming up to this industry after... it's overly-hated. Let's just put it that way."
HCP: "An 8 percent yield. I don't like the news out of there. That's a red flag. We are going to stay away. We've got to have situations where the yield can be counted on."
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