Financial News from Fast Money from 10/5/2009

Recap of "Fast Money" - 10/5/09

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Listed below are stocks that were mentioned in CNBC's Fast Money on Monday October, 5th.

CNBC’s Fast Money gives you the insights from some of the best traders in the business. This show moves so fast that if you blink, you might miss a key bit of information. The show is hosted by traders Guy Adami, Karen Finerman, Jeff Macke, Pete Najarian and Tim Seymour, who all bring a unique and always entertaining mix of data and perception that makes a good trader’s opinions invaluable. All of the stocks listed below were mentioned in the power packed hour long show, which begins at 5pm ET.

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CNBC - Fast Money Stock Commentary for 10/5/2009

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“… at 5:00 for more "fast money" right here on cnbc. >>> what the charts are saying before the numbers. Plus, pete reveals a stock with a secret identity. And could a walk down the aisle help beat the recession? "fast money" tomorrow on cnbc, yes, you're lovely... …” - DD on Fast Money
“… before we get to the final tonight on "the kudlow report" do not miss republican senator from oklahoma, senator tom coburn. Dr. Tom coburn weighing in on obama's health care plan. Final trade now, j.T. >> national oilwell. >> guy. >> blackstone still has some room. >> dupont. >> giddy-up and up. See you you tomorrow for the halftime report 12:45 eastern time and again at 5:00 for more "fast money" right here on cnbc. >>> what the charts are saying before the numbers. Plus, pete reveals a stock with a secret identity. …” - AA on Fast Money
“… rt grid buildout. CISCO's the best play I can find I like the partnerships they've that is end to end infrastructure buildout. I love it for this market play. Huge balance sheet. You've got to like everything this is just a little cream on top of the cake. >> if you like this taurks do not miss "the business of innovation" as they explore the unprecedented global urbanization that is changing cities throughout the world. 8:00 p.M. Eastern time right here on cnbc with maria bartiromo. We've got final trade right …” - CSCO on Fast Money
“… or them. >> DEUTSCHE BANK upgrading the price target on that to 17 bucks petey. >> energy industry and then you get to the smart grid buildout. Cisco's the best play I can find I like the partnerships they've that is end to end infrastructure buildout. I love it for this market play. Huge balance sheet. You've got to like everything this is just a little cream on top of the cake. >> if you like this taurks do not miss "the business of innovation" as they explore the unprecedented global urbanization that is changing cities throughout the world. 8:00 p.M. Eastern time right here on cnbc with maria bartiromo. We've got final trade right …” - DB on Fast Money
“… ries, now WALTER ENERGY to me sets up better than all of them. Valuations are fair. I think the stock on pullback you buy. The last one proved that. Wlt gets you done. >> j.T. >> infrastructure technology. The template of new orleans. Think about how re rebuilt that it's all about technology. And look at the semiconductors, knowledgeus, teledyne, they are going to be an integral part of building anything toward the >> i'm going to go with ge on >> parent company of this network. >> i've got to tell you I haven't been on board with them. I'm on board with them. They're in 200 countries. Solar play is huge for them. >> deutsche bank upgrading the price target on that to 17 bucks petey. >> energy industry and then you get to the smart grid buildout. Cisco's the best play I can find I like the partnerships they've that is end to end infrastructure buildout. I love it for this market play. Huge balance sheet. You've got to like everything this is just a little cream on top of the cake. …” - WLT on Fast Money
“… the move to metropolises in the up. Come on, baby don't you want to go every year the earth adds seven cities the size of new york. Every day 180,000 people migrate to a city. And every minute during the next 20 years 30 residents of india's rural areas will leave the outskirts for an urban center. As the globe's population makes a mad dash for the megalopolis, getting reservations at nobu is going to be the least of the transportation, electricity, water supply, and waste removal. The present-day infrastructure in beijing, new delhi, and mexico city can't handle the and that means cities need to take me down to paradise where the grass is green and the girls are pretty >> from intelligent electric grids to maximize efficiency and minimize pollution to smart roads that talk to your car and control traffic low. To apartment buildings that …” - AAPL on Fast Money
“… MAN SACHS report. Great fundamental report talking what's the best bank out there? You buy the open, the open is 42.45 to 42.50. You use a stop on friday close at 41.86. You never have to look back. Stock goes out trading 43.85. You take some off the table, holded the rest. Doesn't get any better than that the way it lines up technically >> got it joe, good job. On "fast money" we're always looking ahead to the trades just beyond the horizon. And an urban overhaul place e in c citieies across the globe. >> despite the hustle and bustle, here in the heart of new york's times square today this city's crowds are more tourists than strivers looking for new life. And while the big apple the growth spurts are cooling off the move to metropolises in the up. Come on, baby don't you want to go every year the earth adds seven cities the size of new york. …” - GS on Fast Money
“… a combination of technical and fundamental factors that really allows you to get into a low-risk trade. If you look at the first chart here, go back august 17th, you have a low of 40.71. If we could move to the second chart you're going to see a low on september 2nd of 40.75. That's another low that's higher go back to friday. Friday we break both those lows. Go down to 40.53. What should happen? The stock should get some downward momentum, continue selling and sell it below there. The stock reverses, goes higher, sells at 41.86. Coming in today that's a great point of reference to use the close from friday. What do you get this morning? That goldman sachs report. Great fundamental report talking what's the best bank out there? You buy the open, the open is 42.45 to 42.50. You use a stop on friday close at 41.86. You never have to look back. …” - JPM on Fast Money
“… ke DUPONT, we've got a huge explosive industry. You've got to like that one. >> pop for blackstone. >> pedro was talking about it earlier, busch gardens and all I think it heads back there. >> talk about finding a silver lining in things, pop here for financial calamities. According to new research from the university of michigan the average life expectancy unexpectedly tends to rise during economic downturns. In fact, during the great depression u.S. Life expectancy increased by 6.2 years. Researchers say this phenomenon may be due to the fact that there's more sleep, less work, and less money to spend on tobacco and alcohol. >> vices. So to speak. Pop for downturns. Coming up next, if you think new york is crowded, get ready for the move to the megalopolis. Cities sxem engineering markets are being flooded with tens of thousands of new people every single day. The cities themselves getting smarter to deal with the influx. …” - DD on Fast Money
“… p here for DOW CHEMICAL. Back over to petey. 5% move. >> big move today. Because the solar, once again, just like dupont, we've got a huge explosive industry. You've got to like that one. >> pop for blackstone. >> pedro was talking about it earlier, busch gardens and all I think it heads back there. >> talk about finding a silver lining in things, pop here for financial calamities. According to new research from the university of michigan the average life expectancy unexpectedly tends to rise during economic downturns. In fact, during the great depression u.S. Life expectancy increased by 6.2 years. Researchers say this phenomenon may be due to the fact that there's more sleep, less work, and less money to spend on tobacco and alcohol. >> vices. So to speak. Pop for downturns. Coming up next, if you think new york is crowded, get ready for the move to the megalopolis. …” - DOW on Fast Money