The Nasdaq moved into positive territory for this year as the markets surged higher again on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tacked on 174.75, or 2.25%, to 7,924.56, while the S&P 500 added 18.98, or 2.33%, to 832.86. The Nasdaq added 58.05, or 3.8%, to 1,587. Dylan Ratigan, the moderator of CNBC's "Fast Money" TV show, said, the market is looking "pretty darn good." Jeff Macke added, "Bernanke is dropping dollars from the skies and giving us money to spend." Pete Najarian said everyone participated in the rally except for the financials. He particularly noted the performance of the utilities, industrials and semiconductors. Karen Finerman was impressed with the "astounding" performance of the technology stocks, with the Nasdaq moving into positive territory this year. Tim Seymour said investors should be getting on board this rally, after the VIX broke through its 200-day moving average. He was especially encouraged by the move up in the Dow transportation index and in such stalwarts Federal Express ( FDX) and United Parcel Service ( UPS). Ratigan asked the panel to comment on the 12.6% jump in Best Buy ( BBY) after it reported better-than-expected earnings report. Macke said the jump in the stock surprised him. He said he bought some Wal-Mart ( WMT) because he thinks investors can go long on consumer stocks in an environment where expectations have been low. Finerman thought Best Buy could have been the beneficiary of Circuit City's liquidation. Seymour noted some other consumer stocks worth getting into, including Autozone ( AZO) and ConAgra Foods ( CAG).