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Your First Move For Thursday, Nov. 1st


Jeff Macke is a buyer of Microsoft (MSFT).

Guy Adami is calling a 30-handle for Intel (INTC).

Pete Najarian likes Apple (AAPL).

Carter Worth is being cautious. Oil and gold are too high, he says. There are “lurking problems” in this market.



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Carter Worth is being cautious. Oil and gold are too high, he says. There are “lurking problems” in this market.




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Trader disclosure: On Oct 31, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders: Najarian owns options in (BIDU), (GOOG), (MER), (YHOO); Macke owns (YHOO), (DIS); Carter Worth’s firm is a market maker in (DRYS), (YHOO)

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