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Our guys are good - but you knew that!  In fact, had you followed some of their investment advice you might be lounging on your yacht right now. Check out their latest picks that paid!

Eric Bolling

On April 30th The Admiral recommended buying “Tesoro (TSO) 120 puts” because the stock was a little rich ahead of earnings. A 6% dip in the stock meant a 48% profit off Bolling’s put play.

Tim Strazzini

On April 24th The Risk Doctor anticipated a pullback in Sun Microsystems (SUNW) telling investors “A disappointing number will take the stock down.” Shares did indeed begin to short circuit, they dropped 6% after the computing giant missed numbers.

Jeff Macke

On April 26th The Lone Wolf recommended buying shares of Radio Shack (RSH).  He said "I love the skepticism going into this earnings release… (with) 4,500 stores there is still plenty of meat left on this bone." Macke’s perennial profit play got him another 8% gain after the electronics retailer posted mega margin growth.

Guy Adami

On April 17th The Negotiator recommended buying KB Home (KBH). He said “Their cancellation rates are getting better.” Shares of KB Homes jumped 6% after government data showed an increase in new home sales.

Now that’s “Fast Money.”

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Trader disclosure:
On May 4, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders: Macke Owns (JWN), Strazzini Owns (MPEL), (NWS-A), (YHOO) Bolling Owns (NMX), (DIS), (MPEL), Gold, Silver, S&P Futures, S&P Options, Nasdaq Futures, Nasdaq Options; Bolling Owned (TSO) May Puts On 4/30/07

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