Time to pull out a few letters from the Fast Money mail bag. That's right, the guys answer your questions.
Thomas from Newcastle, Washington writes, "The euro has been strengthening against the dollar for quite a while. It's now at a point where it should be strategically sound to buy US companies. Since buyout activity in the US is stunning, how come you don't see any European companies making a move to strengthen their global position?"
Tim Seymour says, in fact, some European companies are making a move to strengthen their global position. But, by in large growth in Europe is higher -- and rates are lower. Doing deals in Europe is potentially more attractive.
Corey writes: “What does the fast money team think of Texas Instruments (TXN)? You've been saying tech is a bargain right now, semis in particular. They've got a low P/E and earnings are on Monday.”
Pete Najarian doesn’t like TXN. He prefers Qualcomm (QCOM), Marvell Technology (MRVL) and Broadcom (BRCM).
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