By Roberto PedoneWINDERMERE, Fla. ( Stockpickr) -- The traders of CNBC's "Fast Money" think the bears have gone too far with their negative views on the stock market. On Wednesday's "Fast Money" show, Tim Seymour told viewers to forget about the naysayers because the economy is not that bad. He said Wednesday's rally showed that we haven't seen bad economic data yet. Guy Adami mentioned that all the talk about "death star" and "Darth Vadar" were overdone. He said the market could still trade significantly lower, but with the 1040 level on the S&P 500, you know what you're trading against. Joe Terranova pointed out that we had more signs of confident today, citing positives in Europe, the bond markets and technicals as examples. He told viewers to consider buying names like Google ( GOOG) and Monsanto ( MON). Karen Finerman said valuations hit extreme levels. She explained that with valuations overdone to the downside, Wednesday's rally was inevitable, but she doesn't make much of it. Finerman told viewers that what really matters is earnings. The "Fast Money" crew has recently highlighted trading ideas that play off the technology sector, retail stocks and stocks with unusual options activity. Here are some highlights from over the past week as aggregated from the show. Fast Money's Top Tech Stock Trades: Recently, big-cap tech stocks such as Analog Devices ( ADI) and EMC ( EMC) helped push the Nasdaq up 3%. What's the top tech trade? On Wednesday's "Halftime Report" segment, Jon Najarian told viewers: "$200 off its recent highs, I'd consider looking at Google too. But the stock is on its backside hard, and around $470 I'd be a seller." The Fast Money's Top Tech Stock Trades portfolio includes Marvel Technology Group ( MRVL) and Adobe Systems ( ADBE).
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