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"Fifty Shades of Grey," the first film adaption of the popular book series, hits theaters on Friday with a fair amount of fanfare. As the release nears, traders from CNBC's "Fast Money" outlined 50 of their best moves for the near future.
The traders are Steve Grasso, Tim Seymour, Jon Najarian, Pete Najarian, Karen Finerman, Guy Adami, Dan Nathan and Brian Kelly.
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Scroll through to see their 50 best plays.
Steve Grasso is long AAPL, GOOGL, TWTR, TMUS. Grasso has no position in DPZ, NXPI, PAY, SCHW
Tim Seymour is long GOOGL, INTC, TIF. Tim's firm is long SBUX, NKE. Tim has no position in IWM, EEM.
Dan Nathan has no position in BABA, BAC, PEP, T, TSLA. Dan is long YUM Feb 72.50/68 put spread.
Guy Adami has no position in CAT, CERN, COL, HON, JACK or PFE.
Karen Finerman is long JPM, SDRL, KORS and M. Karen's firm is long OAK, SDRL options and stock. Karen has no position in OAK.
Pete Najarian is long calls: AAL, DAL, UAL. Pete has no position in FL, LULU, LUV, UA.
Jon Najarian is long KSU. Jon has no positions in AN, CELG, CMI or HCA.