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The traders of


"Fast Money" are taking their game up a notch this week. The crew is producing two daily shows that will air while the Olympic Games are taking place. The early show is on at 1 p.m. EDT so viewers can trade with the pros during normal trading hours. Now the traders can truly showcase their advanced market knowledge and offer up trading ideas in real time.

The gang recently highlighted trading ideas that play off investing in China post-Olympics, including


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; cheap energy stocks, such as



; and Brazil-based stocks, including


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To read the rest of the story and find out what the "Fast Money" crew has been talking about, click here.

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