The Pitch: Best Buy

Friday, 9 Apr 2010 | 5:50 PM ET

As they say on TV, it’s the cold-calling segment that's sweeping the nation; one trader, one stock, and 30 seconds to make the case.

Karen Finerman is making the pitch for Best Buy but do you think there are better buys?

Here are Finerman’s main points:

- Strong Product Lineup

-International Expansion

- Attractive Valuation

3-D plasma TV's should be a positive for them and Best Buy is also selling iPads, Finerman reminds. This stock has a pristine balance sheet and at less than 13 times earnings I find the stock attractive. I think there's significant upside.

What do you think? We want to know!

The Pitch
One Fast Money trader makes the case for a stock play.

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