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Anthony Scaramucci: S&P 500 Stocks Still Cheap

Stocks traded lower Friday in its worst day since Dec. 28, but is that a buy signal in an overall rebounding market?

“I do think you’re going to have some momentary pauses here, but stocks — large-cap, S&P 500 stocks — are still very, very cheap,” Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge said Friday on “Fast Money.”

Since March, 80 percent of stocks in the S&P 500 have rallied more than 50 percent.

Scaramucci credited four F-factors for the strong stock performance so far: 1) Fundamentals, 2) Forgetting Europe, 3) The Fed, and 4) Financials.

Also, he expected Europe to create a “$600 billion bazooka-like credit facility” in the near future.

“I think the market is starting to sense that as well, which is why you’ve seen such a stable, upward march in the last three weeks,” he said.

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Jon Najarian, cofounder of Option Monster.com, said that institutional investors are looking to protect their positions.

“If we do see some sort of correction, the VIX would likely give a pop to the upside,” he said.

As for buying stocks on a dip, Najarian said he was looking at some stocks and particularly at Groupon.

Thursday, the online-deals company reported positive but weaker-than expected results for its first quarter after going public. It closed Friday at $21.03, down 0.7 percent.


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Trader disclosure: On Feb. 10, 2012, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders: Scaramucci is long AAPL; Scaramucci is long C; Scaramucci is long GS; Scaramucci is long CSCO; SkyBridge Capital Is A Fund Of Funds Manager; Anthony Scaramucci is one of 8 national finance chairs for Mitt Romney campaign; Scaramucci a fundraiser for Mitt Romney and has contributed to the Romney campaign; Najarian is long AAPL; Najarian is long BAC; Najarian is long GS; Najarian is long NFLX; Najarian is long INTC; Najarian is long CSCO; Najarian is long IBM; Najarian is long RVBD; Najarian is long ALL; Najarian is long DIS; Najarian is long FIO; Najarian is long LNKD;

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