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Carl Icahn doesn't believe eBay CEO John Donahoe should have anything to do with running PayPal. The FMHR traders share their opinions.
Discussing where investors are putting money to work right now, and what the "biggest complacency" investors should worry about, with Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets, and Ben Willis, Albert Fried.
Whole Foods fell 2 percent. FMHR trader Mike Murphy thinks this is a best in breed stock, while Jon Najarian is a bit more bearish.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports health care is up over 7 percent year-to-date, and Courtney Reagan says energy is one of the biggest lagging sectors. FMHR Josh Brown is more interested in health care for the short-term.
CNBC's Sheila Dharmarajan reports the best performing index this year is the small cap Russell 2000.
Discussing big investment opportunities in oil as U.S. production grows, with John Dowd of Fidelity Select Energy Portfolio. "The economics of oil are getting tighter, tighter and tighter," he says.
Kenny Polcari of O'Neil Securities, provides perspective on light volumes in Tuesday's trading amid geopolitical uncertainty. The FMHR break down what investors should focus on.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian is bullish on Qualcomm after the company reported record revenues, while Mike Murphy is worried amid increased competition.
Discussing which companies with cash flow to own right now, with Matthew Mclennan of First Eagle. His firm thinks gold is "nature's currency."
Discussing consolidation in the private jet industry, and how it stands to benefit, with Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up Founder & CEO.
NFL players who are used to competing on the field are not competing in the boardroom. Former NFL defensive back Phillip Buchanon, pitches a new financial literacy board game to investors.
John Rogers, Ariel Investments chairman & CEO, thinks the unrest in Ukraine will not have any long-term impact on the U.S. economy. He shares his top stock picks, including Lazard.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the situation in Crimea, and the impact to the global markets.
FMHR trader Joe Terranova sees an improving investment grade status for General Motors, while Josh Brown thinks Ford is poised to perform stronger.
Discussing Twitter and Samsung's big night at the Oscars, with Kevin Delaney, Quartz editor-in-chief and co-founder. Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres' "selfie" with some of Hollywood's biggest stars crashed Twitter.
Apple no longer represents the "shining example" of a hypergrowth company, says Sanford C. Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi.
Discussing Apple's product line and innovation expectations, with Leander Kahney, Cult of Mac editor & Publisher and author of "Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple's Greatest Products." He says "people should be patient."
Discussing activist investor Nelson Peltz's proposal to split PepsiCo into two companies, with Don Yacktman of Yacktman Asset Management.
"You have to give the people what they want, how they want, it when they want it," says executive producer Dana Brunetti, Trigger Street CEO, who is heading to the Oscars after being nominated for "Captain Phillips." Brunetti helped Netflix disrupt the TV industry as executive producer of "House of Cards."