Randgold Resources CEO Mark Bristow told Cramer on Monday that he expects gold prices to shine in the long run.
"There are a lot of things impacting gold at the moment. I have always said that gold will be very volatile for the next two or three quarters, but ultimately the fundamentals are very strong for a rise in gold price," Bristow said.
Randgold's price initially soared on the panic surrounding Brexit, Bristow said, followed by confusion surrounding the outcome of the American presidential election. Thus, as the stock market continues to roar higher since President-elect Donald Trump's victory, the price of gold has been hit hard.
However, a bet on Trump could translate into investors buying gold. Trump has said he plans for tax cuts and infrastructure spending, which means the government may need to borrow a lot of money. This could prompt the economy to accelerate, and inflation to rise. When inflation rises, people buy gold. It's that simple.
Align Technology is the medical device company behind Invisalign, the clear and removable dental braces that make it easier than metal braces to fix teeth. It also sells a mobile scanning system that eliminates the need for dentists to take impressions of teeth.
Amid the selfie-oriented generation, Align's stock is up 46 percent this year. Align CEO Joe Hogan told Cramer that in North America alone, there are 100 million patients in the addressable market, with only 7 percent penetration. Moving forward, the company has its eye on India.
"We are going city by city, which you have to do in India, and we are recruiting about 50 to 60 orthodontists per city. And then we begin social media, and then the broader advertising campaign," Hogan said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller favorite stocks:
Chevron: "No, when you get back to even it's not time to sell. You want to stay long or own Chevron."
Glaukos Corp: "It's a glaucoma company and I think you're fine, but it's a spec and the market does not like specs now because a lot of them have run already."