Of all the sea changes going on around the world, the guys choose their favorites - and how to trade them.
Jeff Macke is banking on a combination of the baby boomers and obesity sea changes. Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) is the play, he says, as Boomers will be retired longer than any generation in history and they’re going to need to stay active.
Pete Najarian, although not completely convinced that global warming is man-made, likes ToyotaMotors (TM) for its exposure to energy-efficient vehicles.
Guy Adami’s Baby Boomer trade is Zimmer Holdings (ZMH). More Boomers means more knee and hip replacements, and Zimmer makes it easier than ever, he says.
The biggest sea change of them all has to be the digital revolution, Eric Bolling says. And in that space, Google (GOOG) is simply the best. It’s the leader across the board – from search to ads – and the company everyone wants to emulate.
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