Your Questions About Posco, Scholastic & More
Question #1: Mark from Texas wants to know about Posco (PKX), the world's third-largest steelmaker. He wonders why PKX appears to trade at a discount to its peers in the sector?
Eric Bolling says there’s nothing wrong with the stock being cheap. Own PKX, he advises.
Question #2: Laura from New York asks if she should short Scholastic (SCHL) considering the last installment of Harry Potter comes out this summer?
Jeff Macke says Scholastic is a mess and the stock hasn’t moved for 5 years. He recommends Laura look at McGraw-Hill (MHP) instead which hit its 52-Week High or short Amazon.com (AMZN).
Question #3: Basketball player J.J. Redick, a guard for the Orlando Magic calls the guys via webcam. He says with an international player like Dirk Nowitzki winning the NBA MVP Award, he began thinking about playing the market overseas. Redick wonders what’s the best MVP overseas trade?”
Tim Strazzini says Brazil is a great international play. He likes iShares MSCI Brazil Index (EWZ) as an emerging markets investment.
Question #4: Steve from North Carolina wants to know the best speculative play in the weight loss game. He asks if NutriSystems (NTRI) is the way to go or if another company will pop a bit more?
Guy Adami says NTRI will grow 25% over the next 3 or 4 years. The stock is up a lot, but Guy likes this name because he knows it works. Click here to read about Guy Adami's weight loss.
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