The "Fast Money" traders wrapped up the week Friday by looking at what's working in the stock market and what's not.
Trader Brian Kelly has stayed long on Continental Resources, expecting oil to go higher. He said he would trade that into the OPEC meeting. Nathan acknowledged that it's not at all-time highs like some other stocks and ETFs mentioned, but he'll be waiting for the seasonal oil rally he expects.
Trader David Seaburg pointed out that Amazon closed up half a percent today, and suggested buying it back if it slides. He said he was also surprised that Salesforce.com didn't climb higher than 3.4 percent, based on the quarter that it reported.
The customer service and cloud technology company on Thursdayposted fiscal third-quarter earnings per share of 24 cents, excluding items, on revenue of $2.14 billion, beating analysts' expectations. The Bay Area-company has been boosted by trends toward e-commerce. More consumers are expected to do holiday shopping online, and they becoming more comfortable with sharing their data in exchange for customer service, according to the company's research.
He reiterated his support for U.S. Bancorp, calling it "the most conservative bank out there." The bank hit a new intraday all-time high of $49.40 a share, before ending the day at its closing all-time high of $49.23.
—CNBC's Anita Balakrishnan contributed to this report.