On April 4, Pete recommended China Mobile (CHL) as a trade on the upcoming Beijing Olympics.
The Pit Boss is coming home with the gold after that Olympian trade. Shares of China are up 6% since Pete’s call after the company reported signing a record number of subscribers for the ninth consecutive month.
On May 15, Jeff recommended grocery chain Winn-Dixie (WINN), saying the grocers are one of the few good places to be in retail right now.
It looks like the Lone Wolf spotted a sale in aisle three, as shares of Winn-Dixie continue to ride the aftermath of blowout earnings. The grocer is up 10% since Jeff reiterated his call last week.
On April 12, Jon recommended Mastercard (MA), saying he would “hold onto this one” as it “continues to outperform the likes of American Express (AXP).”
Jon got his portfolio charged with Mastercard as shares of the credit card company are up 22% after maxing out profits.
On April 13, Guy said he was getting ready to buy Toll Brothers (TOL) because its valuation was “becoming compelling.”
The Negotiator proved that going against the grain can net you some green. His contrarian housing call was vindicated this week after government numbers showed the largest jump in new home sales in 14 years. Shares of TOL are up 7% from the call.
Now that’s Fast Money.
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Trader disclosure: On May 25, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders: Pete Najarian Owns (BIIB), (ELN), (OXPS); Jon Najarian Owns (AAPL), (BIIB), (BOT), (CLF), (ELN), (INTC), (MSFT), (OXPS), (TRA), (TXN).
For the record: Pete Najarian Owned (OXPS) On 5/21/07; Jeff Macke Owned (JWN) On 5/17/07; Jon Najarian Owned (TRA) On 4/13/07