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"Fast Money" are noticing some bullish activity in stocks despite the negative sentiment swirling around Wall Street. On Tuesday's "Fast Money" TV show, Guy Adami told viewers that he's been clearly wrong about the direction of the markets. Adami said the market is defying gravity, and despite the fact that he doesn't trust the move, it seems that stocks want to trade higher.

Joe Terranova mentioned that there's still a large amount of bearish sentiment in the market and that institutional money managers have to put money to work.

As a hedge fund manager, Karen Finerman echoed those thoughts. Finerman said that right now she is bullish on energy and is looking to buy into the sector at lower prices.

Pete Najarian also likes the action in the energy sector. However, he advised investors to buy puts on

Freeport McMoRan

(FCX) - Get Report

because those options are at the cheapest levels in two years.

The crew has recently highlighted trading ideas that play off of surging oil prices, the top holdings of hedge fund manager David Einhorn and stocks with unusual options activity. Here are some highlights from over the past week as aggregated from the show.

David Einhorn's Top Holdings

: The traders see opportunity in playing some of the top holdings of hedge fund manager David Einhorn. On last Thursday's "Fast Money" show, Joe Terranova told viewers: "Considering his biggest position is the

SPDR S&P 500

(SPY) - Get Report

puts, my takeaway is that he doesn't have such a bullish view of the overall market." The

David Einhorn's Top Holdings

portfolio includes

Einstein Noah

and

Allegheny Energy

(AYE)

.

Fast Money's Surprise Oil Surge Stocks

: Crude oil continues to surge higher, and the crew knows just how to play it. On Tuesday's "Fast Money" show, Brad Samples of Summit Energy told viewers: "I think by the end of the year oil is trading between $80 to $90." The

Fast Money's Surprise Oil Surge Stocks

portfolio includes

Hess

(HESS)

and

Weatherford

(WFT) - Get Report

.

Fast Money's Options Action

: The traders have noticed some unusual options activity in a number of stocks. On last Friday's "Halftime Report" segment, Scott Nations of NationShares told viewers: "I'm seeing huge call buying in

Sprint Nextel

(S) - Get Report

. That could be a speculative play on the smartphones." The

Fast Money's Options Action

portfolio includes

Energy Conversion Devices

(ENER)

and

Cubist Pharma

(CBST)

.

Fast Money's Metal Stock Trades

: Gold and copper prices soared higher on Tuesday, pushing up the entire miners sector. How should you trade this trend? On Tuesday's "Fast Money" show, Joe Terranova told viewers: "All these moves are tired to the dollar. If the dollar continues to decline, I think it provides support in the space." The

Fast Money's Metal Stock Trades

portfolio includes

Alpha Natural Resources

(ANR)

and

Walter Industries

(WLT)

.

Fast Money's Turnaround Stocks

: The traders are closely watching two stocks that are starting to look like turnaround stories. On Tuesday's "Fast Money" show, Guy Adami told viewers: "I think the "At $7.50 it's worth the bet that

Manitowoc

(MTW) - Get Report

is going to turn around." The

Fast Money's Turnaround Stocks

portfolio includes

Ingersoll Rand

(IR) - Get Report

.

Fast Money's Obama Health Care Trades

: On Wednesday night, President Obama provided Americans with a much more detailed plan about his vision to reform the U.S. health care system. How should you trade the space in the wake of his highly anticipated speech? On Wednesday's "Fast Money" show, Guy Adami told viewers: "I've been watching

UnitedHealth Group

(UNH) - Get Report

, but I'd get out. Right now there's just too much uncertainty." The

Fast Money's Obama Health Care Trades

portfolio includes

Teva Pharmaceutical

(TEVA) - Get Report

and

Aetna

(AET)

.

-- Written by Roberto Pedone in Pewaukee, Wis.

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