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Four artful 'masterpiece' stock picks for your porfolio

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Icici Bank, Tanger Outlets, Snap Inc., and Vectors Gold Miners.

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The $110M sale of a Basquiat underscores how luxury brands remain hot on Wall Street

CNBC's Robert Frank talks about art sales and how much a Basquiat went for at a recent auction.

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Here's what's driving Bitcoin to record highs: Trader

The “Fast Money” traders talk about the spike in Bitcoin amid political turmoil.

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Here's what Trump's first trip abroad could mean for the markets

CNBC's John Harwood recaps reports White House statements in response to New York Times and Washington Post reports about Trump and Russia in firing Comey. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in on how the markets are likely to respond.

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Can you still put money to work in this market?

The “Fast Money” traders discuss the markets' comeback this week despite the Trump drama and his trip to the Middle East.

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Bottom line for Trump tax reform

Tax reform won't be windfall this year but the positive is that the administration remains pro-business, says Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management.

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Where the US economy stands

Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management, says consumer and business confidence appears to have diverged from the goings-on in Washington.

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U.S. is under-performing in the rest of the world: Trader

The "Fast Money" traders discuss the markets as news breaks that President Donald Trump gave up classified information to the Russian foreign minister.

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Celebrating 20 years of Amazon and what to invest in next

Chris Verrone, Strategas Research Partners head of Technical Analysis & partner, looks back at two decades of Amazon's stocks and what's the next stock to invest in.

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Are these two Dow stocks immune to Amazon's takeover?

The "Fast Money" traders discuss the big box retailers that could bite back at Amazon, including Home Depot, Target, and Wal-Mart.

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