Browsing articles tagged with " fast money"
CNBC's Fast Money regular and co-founder of OptionMonster.com, Jon Najarian, made a very gutsy trade in MF Global today. The stock was said to be on the verge of complete collapse when he stepped in to make the trade. Talk about buying stocks when there's blood on the streets, this was one of those cases.
After a poor earnings release due to weaker-than-expected trading revenue and fears about the company's exposure to European debt (rumored to be upwards of $6 billion), the stock plummeted. Yes, the entire market cap for the company wasn't even worth $1 billion a few days
Tagged cnbc, fast money, jon najarian, mf global, winners
CNBC's Fast Money anchor Melissa Lee
was having what she thought was a normal conversation with Pete Najarian after the show when he kept barking out things he would say if they were live.
It was like he became possessed or something. He just started spitting out robotic like answers with numerous exclamation points at the end of each phrase. Catch phrases he uses on the show that didn't pertain to anything she was taking about, in the slightest.
: How do you feel about your wife being on the new
Tagged cnbc, fast money, melissa lee, nonsense, pete najarian
Has the Fast Money final trade ever brought you a golden goose of a trade, a pile of money so big you didn't know what to do with it? I doubt it.
Their calls/bets seems so hedged with what ifs and if this happens then this happens type of phrases that's hard to really feel confident jumping in on their trades. Plus, the stock market the past few years has been a roller coaster of all roller coasters, with flash crashes, European debit concerns, debit limits, and revolutions across the Middle East, that there's no telling what it's going to
Tagged cnbc, fast money, final trade, nonsense
Google is flying high after strong Q2 earnings while investors continue to snap up shares after the successful launch of Google+. On CNBC's Fast Money, James Altucher of Formula Capital says Google is going to $1500 a share! Yes, that's right, $1500 per share. Google's stock, which is hovering around $600 a share right now, would have to more than double if Altucher's prediction is to come true.
Sure, Mr. Altucher is known for his outrageous and headline grabbing predictions, but, as you listen to him more and more, he makes a lot of sense. He's talking about one of the
Tagged cnbc, fast money, google 1500, james altucher
Everyone loves Apple's stock, and it's cheap they all say. And they've got piles of cash. They make amazing products, such good products that once you have one you want another, from the iPod to the iPhone to the iPad. However, the economy is slowing, can Apple beat the market again?
Apple's stock long term is almost a no brainer, with even Steve Jobs passing not hurting the stock that much, and investors might get a chance to buy the stock on the dip after their next earnings report. Or, is the drop off in Apple's stock,
Tagged 200 day moving average, aapl, apple, cnbc, fast money, technical traders
: Looks like Fast Money's Joe Terranova has bailed out on Ford's stock. Here's his post on Twitter where he said he sold the stock:
Joe Terranova is building a position in Ford, with a 3 to 6 month time frame for stock. Seems like a good strategy, as Ford is the car manufacturer who weather the financial collapse the best, and who didn't need a bailout. The big potential for Ford though lies in China, and if they can increase their market share in the biggest market for cars in the world. Right now Ford (F)
Tagged fast money, ford, joe terranova
This one is a classic: Fast Money's Joe Terranova offers to take Amanda Drury down under and she accepts! She says she'll happily go down under with you. Laughs ensue. Drury is of course is from Australia and was only talking about going back to her homeland. She was just so happy and eager about going down under. She really loves Australia.
Tagged amanda drury, cnbc, fast money, joe terranova
Is this call just a publicity stunt, pure craziness? Is it only Altucher trying to get some attention? Perhaps, what's more though, Altucher is actually worried there will be too much of a boom in the coming years. He's worried there will be another quantitative easing, a QE3, when QE2 hasn't even started to take effect. He says companies are sitting on piles of cash and will just buy their stocks if they go any lower.
Why exactly does he think Dow is going to 20,000 in less than two years? Check out the video from CNBC's Fast Money. Altucher
Tagged cnbc, dow 20000 by 2012, fast money, james altucher