Fast Money is an American financial investing television program that began airing on the CNBC cable/satellite TV channel on June 21, 2006. Originally a weekly (and later, a periodical) series, this program spun off from a weekly segment that first aired in the May 2006 episodes of On the Money.
Fast Money Recap
The trading panel discussed Yelp, Whole Foods and InvenSense.
The trading panel looked at the social media company's earnings, Panera Bread and Spirit Airlines.
The trading panel looked at the Shanghai composite index and how investors can use U.S. stocks as a proxy.
The trading panel was not impressed by Amazon's earnings but El Pollo Loco is a great story.
The trading panel discussed why they like Facebook's earnings and why they'd avoid Cheesecake Factory.
The trading panel discussed whether Apple's quarter was good enough, how PCs are benefiting Microsoft and whether it's time to start buying auto stocks.
The trading panel looked at Chipotle's earnings, J&J's share repurchase plan and whether or not to buy Netflix.
The trading panel discussed Friday's rally and what they'll be buying and selling next week.
The trading panel discussed the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine, Israel's ground war in Gaza and whether to invest in Google and IBM.
The trading panel talked to the hedge fund manager and sometime foe William Ackman during CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference.
The trading panel discussed Intel's revenue and earnings beat, Apple's deal with IBM and whether Michael Kors is too rich to own.
The trading panel discussed the iPhone 6, bank stocks and Alibaba.
The trading panel looks at gold to distinguish if the recent gains are a technical breakout or just a bear market rally.
The trading panel discussed whether investors are too complacent and whether it's a good idea to buy Microsoft again.
The trading panel looked at whether WTI will go lower, how that will affect transportation stocks and how successful a Kim Kardashian mobile game app can be.
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The trading panel discussed the market's fall and how to hedge your positions.
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