Jim Cramer: Why Goldman Sachs Should Be Berkshire Hathaway's Next Acquisition

Here's why Jim Cramer thinks that Goldman Sachs should be Berkshire Hathaway's next acquisition and his response to Warren Buffett saying that he's not going to sell his Kraft Heinz shares.
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Are Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) - Get Report and Goldman Sachs (GS) - Get Report a match made in heaven?

Jim Cramer believes that the bank is ripe for the picking. 

Cramer made the case for the acquisition in his Monday morning show with TheStreet. 

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Cramer also dug into Warren Buffett's statement that he doesn't plan on selling his shares of Kraft Heinz (KHC) - Get Report despite the rough quarter that the company had. 

"The company that is the merged Kraft and Heinz companies has long been revered by Wall Street because of the legendary way that 3G, its managing entity -- with CEO Bernard Hees -- has cut costs to bring great gains to the bottom line. The Street also loved that Warren Buffett owns almost 27% of it and that old Warren had been on the board since last spring while two of his most able lieutenants -- one of them being Greg Abel, just praised in Warren's annual letter this weekend -- currently serve as directors," Jim Cramer wrote in his morning column over on Real Money.

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