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Our guys are good - but you knew that! In fact, had you followed some of their investment advice you might be sailing off the coast of Monte Carlo right now instead of reading this post. Check out their latest picks that paid!

Guy Adami

On May 5th The Negotiator recommended buying Mastercard (MA). He said, “More and more people are paying for their transactions with credit card and obviously Mastercard is a big winner.”

The Negotiator found a master trade in Mastercard. Shares of the plastic purveyor went charging up 30% since Adami’s call and after winning a lawsuit against competitor Visa.

Jeff Macke

On June 12th The Lone Wolf recommend buying Intel (INTC). He said, "That stock continues to buck a weak tape. Anything that’s green you take a second, look at it, because the market is telling you something."

The Lone Wolf called a chip rally ahead of the tape. Shares of Intel are up 10% since Macke’s call

Karen Finerman

On June 1st The Chairwoman recommended buying J Crew (JCG). She said “J Crew is just hitting the ball out of the park.”

The Chairwoman demonstrated good fashion sense by choosing J. Crew. Shares continued to rise 7% after profits beat expectations.

Tim Seymour

On June 8th, The Ambassador recommended buying Mechel (MTL). He said “This is a stock that is again in play. In Russia it's lagged the markets; it's cheap now.”

The Ambassador found a foreign metals play that was iron-clad. Shares of Mechel rose after a rally in the steel sector and then Seymour told you to get out:

On June 15th he said “Take something of the table. Its a good place to do it.” Had you followed The Ambassador’s cues you’d have made 17% on the trade.

Now that’s “Fast Money.”


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