Time to sort through the Fast Money in-box and answer more of your questions.
Matt from Virginia
Matt (who is also our Fast Money Madness winner) writes, “The Negotiator, aka Guy Adami, often recommends Freeport McMoRan as a copper play but it’s also the world’s largest producer of molybdenum. Since 75% of the world’s “moly” demand comes from steel companies, so do you see FCX as a "sneaky" play on steel production?
Yes, replies Guy Adami. I like FCX as a steel play as well!
Chuck in Louisiana
Chuck writes, “Do you think Uncle Sam’s tax rebates that have already started hitting will help beaten up casino stocks?
I don’t think so, replies Jeff Macke. People may indeed gamble with their stimulus money but I don't see it lifting the sector.
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