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The trading panel says the slip in Research In Motion is a buying opportunity.
The Republican candidate for president talks up clean coal and nuclear energy as possible solutions for the future.
The refining company's January $35s offer a compelling trade in the brutal market.
The advance comes after crude oil futures had a record one-day move, jumping $10.75 a barrel to more than $138, in New York trading Friday.
Frank Curzio surveys the damage. His guests include Chuck Marvin discussing crude's move, and Dan Fitzpatrick on technicals.
West Texas crude for July delivery ultimately gains $4.99 to settle at $127.79 a barrel, while the near-term Brent contract climbs $5.55 to $127.54 a barrel.
Frank Curzio's guests include Kristin Bentz on retail, David Peltier and his 'Should You Buy It?' and Steve Smith on the Volatility Index.
The Finnish giant offers a compelling trade in the January calls.
Nine of the top 10 contestants have a long position in this stock.
Take the January calls in this name to the bank. Plus, a look at the second buy strategy.
Energy stocks boosted the leading portfolios by nearly 10%.
The trading panel says there may be more to the CEO ouster than Golden West.
The EWZ offers great exposure to the country's growth and a good risk/reward.
Crude hits a record high and closes at a record $128.92, but technical indicators suggest the commodity's bull run may be coming to an end.
Although technical indicators show waning bullishness, the weak dollar drives energy higher.
Ensco International and Echelon have the potential to move higher in coming days.
The early part of this week will likely be down, but then stocks should become oversold enough to go higher.
Cramer does like Synaptics because he's not a fan of touchscreens.
Eric Bolling says these two companies should benefit from positive trends in the oil fields.
Here are some of the stocks the 'Fast Money' crew has been talking about lately.
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