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After a week of cranked-up volatility in the stock market, the CNBC "Fast Money " traders offered their best tactical plays for the coming week.
Triogem Asset Management's Tim Seymour said that he would sell Nike at $90 per share.
"That's a place I would've sold a month ago," he said Friday.
OptionMonster's Pete Najarian watched how Devon Energy insiders were trading the stock over the past five years.
"I think between $55 and $57 it's buyable. Back up at $75, it's sellable," he said. "That's exactly what insiders have been doing over the last couple of years, buying it near the $50s, selling it in the $70s. I think it's a 'buy' down here."
Brian Kelly of Brian Kelly Capital said that he was a seller of real estate exchange-traded fund Read MoreIYR.
"We've had five years of asset inflation, asset-price inflation," he said. "In my view, that process has started to go in reverse, so you do not want to be in real estate. Against $72, actually even Monday morning, I'd sell it short."