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Stephanie Link explains her purchases of Starbucks and Bed, Bath and Beyond.
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Trulia may have a sticky website, but the company isn't making money.
Despite Starbucks' short-term struggles, Cramer is a long-term buyer.
The hedge fund manager also bought Virgin Media and Hess in the second quarter.
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Jim Cramer thinks Citi is cheap compared to historical levels and sees the latest earnings report as a positive for the company.