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Your Questions About Netflix, Retail And More....

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Question #1: Jennifer from Virginia wants to know about Netflix (NFLX). She feels that NFLX missed their quarterly earnings estimates because of increased competition from Blockbuster (BBI) and wants to know which if these two companies is a buy?


Karen Finerman tells Jennifer, if she had to be long one or the other - Blockbuster would be her choice.

Question #2: Ben from California wants to know which stocks he should buy as a hurricane play?



Eric Bolling says there’s only one play; find companies that produce electricity but don't rely on oil to do it. He likes Entergy (ETR) and Exelon (EXC).

Question #3: Patrick from Connecticut wants to know which retailer will profit most from the weak dollar?

Jeff Macke tells Patrick that high-end is the best retail play off the weak dollar. He likes Tiffany (TIF) because it’s a tourist destination.

Question #4: Yao-Hui from New York wants to know if Google (GOOG) will continue to dominate its sector?

Guy Adami recommends owning Google here. (The stock closed around $469 on Tuesday). He explains that his stop loss level will be $462, the 50-day moving average. It’s worth noting the lows in March were $438.

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ETR
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EXC
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GOOGL
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NFLX
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TIF
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Trader disclosure:
On May 1, 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), (NMX), Gold, Silver; Karen Finerman’s Firm Owns (BBI); (ISE), (DVA), Finerman’s Firm Owns S&P Puts, CNBC Is A Service Of NBC Universal And Dow Jones.