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Your Questions About... Starbucks, Micron and More

The Fast Money traders always love hearing from you.

On Wednesday they tackled your questions about Starbucks and other Q1 hot stocks as well as call activity in Micron.

Check out what they have to say:

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@chuckhobi

Q: Do you believe that the hot stocks of 1st qtr $SBUX $AAPL $CMG pull back after window dressing time.

A: "You can certainly say that," replies trader Brian Kelly. "And after a 2-3% pullback, I like them all. "

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@flash2600

Q: What do you make of the $MU Apr 10 Call activity over the past several days?

A: "I’m seeing more buying of the Apr 10 calls," replies trader Brian Stutland. "That’s bullish. I always look for upside call activity (to determine bullish sentiment).

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@billrs4

Q: Ask Steve if he took off AAPL short

A: "I did not," replies trader Steve Cortes. "But I’m not short outright, I’m short against long Google. That trade went against me but now it’s coming back my way. I think the Street was almost unanimous in its opinion that Apple would catch Google in price, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.

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@rcd4305

Q:BAC , C , JPM are all below 8x P/E and well below book! But Joe T says sell because they’re down?!

A: "When did I ever say that?!" replies Terranova. "What I said was, last week go long (as a play on the chase into quarter's end) and now I’m saying pare back – in other words sell off some of the winners. However, looking forward to April -- financial stocks are one of the places I will go again.





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Trader disclosure: On Mar 28, 2012, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Joe Terranova is long VRTS; Joe Terranova is long NXPI; Joe Terranova is long IBM; Joe Terranova is long MCD; Joe Terranova is long EMD; Joe Terranova is long MSFT; Joe Terranova is long JOY; Joe Terranova is long OXY; Joe Terranova is long LQD; Joe Terranova is long HIBB; Joe Terranova is long TBT; Brian Kelly is long XLF; Brian Kelly is long KRE; Brian Kelly is long MS; Brian Kelly is long SPY; Brian Kelly is long QQQ; Brian Kelly is short COPPER; Brian Kelly is short EUROSTOXX; Brian Kelly is short AUSSIE$; Brian Stutland is long AAPL; Brian Stutland is long C; Brian Stutland is long GS; Brian Stutland is long JPM; Brian Stutland is long WFC; Brian Stutland is long MS; Brian Stutland is long NFLX; Brian Stutland is long TLT; Brian Stutland is long INTC; Brian Stutland is long HFC; Brian Stutland is long VLO; Steve Cortes is long GOOG; Steve Cortes is long TREASURIES; Steve Cortes is short CAT; Steve Cortes is short AAPL; Steve Cortes is short LVS; Steve Cortes is short XLI; Steve Cortes is short SILVER

For Brian Stutland
Market Maker Holding Hedged Positions in VIX futures and options

For Brian Modoff
Deutsche Bank (and/or affiliates) owns 1% or more of any class of common equity securities of QCOM
Deutsche Bank and/or its affiliate(s) has received non-investment banking related compensation from QCOM
QCOM has been a client of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. within the past year, during which time it received non-investment banking securities-related services

For Dick Bove
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For Mindy Grossman
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