3 stocks set to break out in Q2: Paul Hickey

The first quarter of 2014 is officially a wrap, with stocks ending flat. So, where can investors make money in the second quarter?

Paul Hickey, co-founder of Bespoke Investment Group, told CNBC's "Fast Money" that the three stocks he's watching closely for a breakout are Facebook, Biogen and Mylan.

All three stocks have pulled back to support levels representing the highs before they broke out, Hickey said Tuesday.

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During the quarter, 22 stocks in the Russell 1000 fell more than 10 percent in March while still posting gains for the first quarter.

Investors looking for opportunity may want to check out that list, Hickey said.

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