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Lightning Round: Baidu, Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs and More

Baidu : The Chinese market is falling apart, Cramer said. He'd only buy this stock as a long-term play.

Berkshire Hathaway : This company is owned by stock sage Warren Buffett. Cramer said he wants to stick behind the Oracle of Omaha, so he remains bullish on this stock.

Goldman Sachs : This investment bank's stock could drop another 10 to 15 percent because the financials are horrible right now, Cramer said. Should it fall to the $110 level, he's a buyer, adding this stock should work in the long-term.

Tractor Supply : In the long-term, the agriculture business is good. Right now, however, the retail space is bad. So Cramer would take a little off the table now and hold the rest for the long haul.

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