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“Fast Money” final trades: XLE, DAL, and more

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Energy Sector SPDR, Delta Air Lines, 3D Systems and Macys.

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Is old tech your best bet?

The “Fast Money” traders discuss whether to invest in "old" tech stocks as they make a comeback or keep investing in the newer FANG stocks.

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Telsa moves into the music streaming wars

The “Fast Money” traders discusses Tesla's stock popping as they look into competing with music streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.

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What does China's inclusion in MSCI mean for investors?

Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management CIO and “Fast Money” trader, discusses MSCI's decision to include Mainland Chinese stocks in its indices.

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Four stocks the traders would buy for their dad

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Ferrari, BlackBerry, Brown-Foreman and Constellation Brands.

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Amazon just crushed this entire ecosystem of stocks

The “Fast Money” traders discuss the Amazon-Whole Foods deal valued at $13.7B and other grocery names to watch.

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"Fast Money" final trades: MON, MAT, and more

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Monsanto, Mattel, Boeing and Nvidia.

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"Fast Money" final trades: QQQ, TGT, and more

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including PowerShares QQQ, Target, Alibaba and Intel.

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Fast food is surging, but here's why there's more room to run

The “Fast Money” traders discuss the fast food trade and whether it's a frenzy worth buying into.

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"Fast Money" final trades: IBB, X, and more

The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including US Steel, Nasdaq Biotech ETF, Valeant Pharmaceuticals and Advanced Micro Devices.

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