Nathan said AMD trades well into earnings and he is long.
Max Ganik, NYSSA board member and a member of the Leaders Investment Club, said he is bullish on U.S. equities and is taking advantage by buying a May $190 call on the S&P 500 ETF (SPY). To collect premium, he is selling the weekly $190 SPY calls against his long position.
Specifically, he likes Amazon (AMZN) and is long the $375-$385 bull call spread. He is also long the Direxion Russell 1000 Financials Bullish 3X ETF (FAS) via common stock, and Facebook (FB), via a long $75-$85-$95 April butterfly call spread. He is eying a possible long position in Baidu (BIDU).
Navios Maritime Holdings (NM) jumped 6% and was the first stock on the show's "Pops & Drops" segment. Finerman said to stay long.
Sina (SINA) climbed 9%. Seymour said to stay long.
Lorillard (LO) fell 2%. Nathan said investors playing the stock as a takeover target should do so via call options, to limited downside risk.
Joy Global (JOY) jumped 2%. Najarian said he liked today's move, which happened on larger-than-expected volume.
For their final trades, Finerman is a buyer The Children's Place (PLCE) and Najarian likes WWE. Nathan is a buyer of AMD and Seymour said to buy Korean equities, but did not specify which exchange-traded fund to use.
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