Question 1: Grecia from Connecticut said that given the volatility of today's market and with Pepsi Co announcing earnings tomorrow, what consumer non cyclical names should I buy?
Guy Adami answered. He recommended Church & Dwight. (The makers of Arm & Hammer) The stock trades at a high multiple but they have unbelievable consumer brands.
Milosh from New York said that given Chinese oil imports have steadily increased, do you see crude oil & other commodities as a safe haven for volatile equity markets?
Eric Bolling answered. Eric Bolling answered. He said gold, oil and even diamonds are good investments. iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index is a goold place to put your money.
Jeff from California asked whether Healthcare is an essential sector to own for diversification or are there other "recession-proof" sectors that can take it's place, since biotech is dicey and big pharma's pipeline is weak?
Jeff Macke answered. Jeff Macke answered. He said consider Activision and Nintendo . Don't chase these stocks, be conservative on the entry point, but by the end of the year you'll be playing on the Lone Wolf's dollar.
Erik from NY said he lost a lot of weight on The Biggest Loser, but I don't want to lose a lot on the stock market. With the roller coaster ride of the market today is Yum Brands, McDonald's , or Burger King the proper place for me to remain trim?
Tim Strazzini answered. The restaurant space has been hot. They've had a terrific run. I like Yum Brands and Darden Restaurantsbut I would give them a couple months before I got involved with any of them
On MAR 1, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders.
Bolling: Gold, Silver, Soybeans, Short Corn, (NMX), (ICE)