Watch the video to hear the full conversation with Maschmeyer—it starts at 2:09.
TRADING TIFFANY BEFORE EARNINGS FRIDAY
It's said that 'diamonds are a girl's best friend,' but do investors have the same affinity for Tiffany & Co. , which will report earnings before the opening bell Friday.
"I love Tiffany at these levels," said Patty Edwards, principal of Storehouse Partners, adding that the stock's valuation is "not bad" and praised the management team for cutting costs.
Edwards said Tiffany's is a great way to get exposure to the high-end consumer, which she called one of the "bright spots" in an otherwise blighted economy. The affluent consumers still have money, she explained, and they're not as worried about unemployment.
CALL TO THE FLOOR: WD-40
International growth is driving business for WD-40 , said CEO Garry Ridge on Thursday's "Fast Money Halftime Report." With exposure to Latin America, Asia and Germany, it's "exciting times."
Ridge said the San Diego-based company, which produces household cleaners, is scheduled to report earnings in a few weeks. But he expects the company to report on the high-end.
Watch the video to see the full interview with Ridge—it starts at 1:01.
What's the Trade?
Patty Edwards, principal of Storehouse Partners, owns WDFC. She likes the stock's dividend and recommends picking it up at current levels.
CALL THE CLOSE
Patty Edwards, principal at Storehouse Partners, is staying hedged.
Brian Kelly, founder of Kanundrum Capital, remains a seller of the market.
"I'm going to be a buyer on a slow market," said JJ Kinahan, managing director of TD Ameritrade.
Steve Cortes, founder of Veracruz, is buying whatever Kelly is selling.
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