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Jim Cramer tackles when investors should be getting into gold, whether or not now is the time to sell and what he thinks of the cannabis industry. 

What Should Investors Do Now?

The markets have been causing investors anxiety and one question that may be lingering on every investor's mind is what should they do now?

Cramer penned a Real Money column Monday morning that focuses on finding a bull market and how it's history, not Cramer, who is saying that there's always a bull market.

Here's what Cramer had to say about his Twitter feed, which is chanting that there's not a bull market to be found.

"The people who are weighing in, and they are substantial and as well reasoned as you can be with a chart and 200-some-odd words, are almost unanimous in the need to get out now, get out of everything -- every asset, save maybe gold because the economic grim reaper is coming. Let's digest this "never a bull market anywhere" rationally and think what it means," wrote Cramer. 

With that in mind, is it time to raise cash? Get into gold? Here's what Cramer thinks.

Related. Jim Cramer: It's History, Not Me, Saying There's Always a Bull Market Somewhere

What's Going on With Cannabis?

Stock of the Day Tilray (TLRY) is set to report earnings after the bell Tuesday. 

Bruce Kamich, Real Money contributor, took a look at Tilray's chart ahead of earnings. 

Here's Kamich's takeaway, "With TLRY going down eight months and many cannabis bulls in retreat or wounded, I would guess (yes, guess) that an upside move is not expected."

Aside from Tilray, what else should investors be paying attention to when it comes to the cannabis industry?

Related. Tilray Could Be Poised to Move Higher

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