Your Questions About Sansa Connect, Callaway, Etc.


Question #1: Liz from New Hampshire asks about the launch of the new MP3 player from Yahoo (YHOO) and Sandisk’s (SNDK) called, ‘Sansa Connect’ and how the market will react to it.

Guy Adami says the market is the ultimate judge and jury. Today SanDisk (SNDK) was down 1% but Guy likes Yahoo! (YHOO!) and calls it a $36 dollar stock.

Question #2: Rob from California likes the fundamentals behind biopharmaceutical company Celgene (CELG), but wonders how their technicals look?

Eric Bolling says the charts don’t matter. A recent FDA drug approval means $2 billion in cash for this company. Eric tells Rob to own the stock. And in case you’re wondering, Eric says the charts happen to look good.

Question #3: Francesca from NY is noticing that Fortune 500 companies are currently hiring smaller add agencies to rep them. Consequently, she wonders if she should sell the Omnicom (OMC) and Interpublic (IPG), the larger ad agencies?

Tim Strazzini says because of new media, large ad companies are being forced to be more innovative. He thinks OMC is doing a better job of it, but he doesn’t recommend selling either company. Tim also suggests Francesca consider buying Yahoo! (YHOO).

Question #4: Kim from Maine wonders if Callaway (ELY) stands a chance in the golf sector, considering Titleist (FO) dominates the market.

Jeff Macke says ELY is a better golf play than FO because it has undiversified golf exposure. As we told you earlier FO includes Moen faucets and other brands. And, if investors want to play sports more broadly, Jeff recommends Dicks Sporting Goods (DKS).


Questions? Comments?

Trader disclosure:
On APR 4, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders
Bolling Owns (DIS), (ICE), (NMX), Gold, Silver Najarian Owns (DNDN), (OI), (RIO), (PDE) Strazzini Owns (BOT), (DNDN), (SNDK), (WMT), (STM), (BRCM)