Time to sort through the Fast Money in-box and answer more of your questions.
Shah from New York
Shah writes, “Mr. Commander Planet: Love the idea of going green. I do not want to invest in individual companies and hence am looking for some green ETFs associated with alternative energy. Any ideas?”
PowerShares WilderHill Clean Energy ETF is a nice way to play it, replies Pete Najarian.
Or look at Claymore/MAC Global Solar Index, says Karen Finerman. However, right now I’m thinking about shorting it.
Roy from Illinois
Roy writes, “What's up with the new agricultural IPO Intrepid Potash? Is this a good buy that will follow in the footsteps of Monsanto, Potash Corp., Mosaic, Agrium, and CF Industries?”
I think Potash is the only way to play it, replies Guy Adami. Or look at DuPont as a synthetic ag play.
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