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On November 12th the Negotiator found a steal in US Steel (X). At the time he said, "With the current valuations and the current market capital of 11 million dollars...I think that's a stock that can be acquired.
Since the call, US Steel has been red hot, up 14%, as the flurry of deal talk between Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton has turned up the heat on steel M&A.
On November 20th the Chairwoman found cold hard cash in the soles of her shoes. At the time she said, “I like Crocs (CROX). I think there is growth there. The valuation has been crushed out of the name.”
The popular rubber clogs, which had a frightening Halloween sell-off, are popular again on Wall Street and rallied 18% since Karen’s call.
On November 1st the Lone Wolf sniffed out a video game trade headed to the next level. At the time he said, "Activision (ATVI). I’m still long that name, and I like it in the space because the estimates are going higher."
Activision powered up after Vivendi merged with the “Guitar Hero” maker to create the largest videogame company in the world. ATVI is up 14% since Macke’s November recommendation, and shares have more than doubled since his original call, last year.
On November 29th the Pit Boss noticed some options action in Dillard’s (DDS). At the time he said, "Today the calls were trading 8 to 1 against the puts. People are buying into the idea that there is some upside still in this stock"
Pete’s a smart shopper. DDS has jumped 10% since he spotted the unusual trading.
Now that’s “Fast Money.”