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Your First Move For Tuesday January 10th

Here’s our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow’s best trades, right now.

Tim Seymour suggests long Vimpel Com. “Stay in this trade,” he says.

Guy Adami recommends longVisa. “ I’d continue to stay with that one.”

Karen Finerman says “it’s time to reload in Children’s Place.”

Mike Murphy thinks Tyco is a buy.

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Trader disclosure: On Jan 9, 2011, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Murphy is long M; Murphy is long CMI; Murphy is long CAT; Murphy is long TYC; Murphy is long SWK; Murphy is long KEX; Murphy is long CSX; Murphy is long BRCD; Adami owns (AGU); Adami owns (C); Adami owns (GS); Adami owns (INTC); Adami owns (MSFT); Adami owns (NUE); Adami owns (BTU)

For Scott Nations
Nations is long BAC
Nations is long C
Nations is long SPY

For Michael Wittner
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For Amelia Bourdeau
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