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Your First Move For Tuesday Sept. 18th

Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

Jeff Macke tells the panel not to jump in and buy stocks in the morning.

Karen Finerman anticipates The Fed will cut by 3/8.

Guy Adami recommends buying Microsoft (MSFT) on the dip.

Pete Najarian says Rambus (RMBS) is a buy against the tide.

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RMBS
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