Your First Move For Friday January 27th

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

Tim Seymour suggests long BancoColumbia . “Emerging banks have crushed it and this bank has lagged. But it just did a share offering, that’s what I think held it back,” he says.

Karen Finerman recommends long Pacific Drilling as a play on ultra-deep water drilling.

Joe Terranova is bullish Consol. “I really like what I heard on the conference call. They’re a diversified company and they should have plenty of room to run.”

Ron Insana is a buyer of the broad stock market. “With a 1-2% pullback I’d look at the S&P.”


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