U.S. stocks rallied on Friday, capping a choppy, losing month for markets. With a cloudy outlook ahead, "Fast Money" traders outlined their best ideas moving forward.
Major averages rose more than 2 percent each after the Bank of Japan adopted a negative interest rate policy. The promising day put an end to a rough month in which the S&P 500 fell about 5 percent.
Traders noted that the up-and-down sessions may continue. In the current environment, "you want to buy anything with a yield," said trader Brian Kelly.