These stocks could be ready to rip if the fear is starting to subside on Wall Street

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The stock market's so-called "fear index," the Cboe Volatility Index, is falling after jumping above 30 this week. If it keeps falling, some stocks could see their prices pop, according to a CNBC Pro analysis.

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