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Your First Move For Friday, Oct. 1

Thursday, 30 Sep 2010 | 6:25 PM ET

As investors look ahead to the fourth quarter, the "Fast Money" traders shared their first moves:

Veracruz founder Steve Cortesis a buyer of the US Dollar .

Anthony Scaramucci, founder of Skybridge Capital, likes Johnson & Johnson at current levels.

Guy Adami, managing partner of Drakon Capital, is sticking with Baker Hughes , a Houston-based oil and gas company.

If viewers followed Metropolitan Capital Advisors president Karen Finerman into retailer Gymboree , she now recommends taking some profits.

Brian Kelly, founder of Kanundrum Capital, would buy The Andersons , a Maumee, Ohio-based agriculture company.

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Trader disclosure: On Sept. 30, 2010, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders; Guy Adami owns (AGU), (BTU), (NUE), (C), (GS), (INTC), (MSFT) and his wife works at Merck. Finerman owns (PM) and (IBM). She is short (IJR), (MDY), (SPY) and (IWM). Steve Cortes owns U.S. Treasuries and is short the euro, the British pound, Mexican peso, (XLF), (BAC), (LVS) and corn.

For Brian Kelly:
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GLD)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GDXJ)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (SLV)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (ANDE)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GPRE)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (PCL)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (LPX)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital owns U.S. Dollars
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own Swiss Franc
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (TIP)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short (XLF)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short (BCS)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short (HYG)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short (SLF)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short the Mexican Peso
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short the U.K. Pound

For Karen Finerman:
Finerman and Finerman’s Firm owns (BAC)
Finerman and Finerman’s Firm owns (BP)
Finerman and Finerman’s Firm owns (FLS)
Finerman and Finerman’s Firm owns (JPM)
Finerman and Finerman’s Firm owns (RIG)
Finerman’s firm owns S&P 500 puts
Finerman’s firm owns Russell 2000 puts

For Anthony Scaramucci:
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (AAPL)
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (BAC)
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (C)
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (GS)
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (JPM)
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own the S&P 500
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own the U.S. Dollar

PABLO PEREZ-FERNANDEZ
***No Disclosures***

BARRY RITHOLTZ
***No Disclosures***

DONALD STRAZSHEIM
***No Disclosures***

KENNETH STUMPHAUZER
***No Disclosures***

PETER BOOCKVAR
***No Disclosures***

BRIAN STUTLAND
***No Disclosures***

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