NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, and this week's first question asks for his thoughts on gold (GLD) .
Cramer says gold is in "breakdown mode" and says many forces are making it a tough hold. He says he has always thought some of investors' portfolios should be in gold and he is not backing away from that, but he advises it should be the minimum because a lot of gold is coming into the market, there's not a lot of demand and the financial buyers of gold have seemingly just walked away.
The next question asks about Twitter, and Cramer replies that it needs a change at the top now more than ever after Standard & Poor's downgraded the stock last week. He says he was gratified to hear all the ways Twitter plans to monetize its operation, but he thinks investors would see remarkable appreciation if CFO Anthony Noto became CEO, a role currently held by Dick Costolo. Cramer says he is pleased Twitter laid out a vision but questions this management team's ability to execute that vision.
The next user asks if investors should buy Gilead (GILD) now or wait a bit longer. Cramer wants to see the pricing in AbbVie (ABBV) and notes competitors are coming in, but he also says Gilead can do a lot to extend to different franchises. He cautions that the stock will drift lower until we see AbbVie pricing.