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Lee Brodie

Lee Brodie is Digital Producer for Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Past credits include "Trading Spaces" and "Entertainment Tonight." He has also produced shows for History, MSNBC, NBC Productions, PBS and more. He received a 2007 Daytime Emmy award for the A&E documentary "A Question of Life or Meth." Brodie also received an Emmy award for his coverage of the New York theater scene in "Live from Broadway with Pat Collins." His first job in media was also with NBC, as a page.


  • You could buy Chinese ETF’s or even ADRs, but what if you wanted to stay local?  Well, then you could buy American multinationals who have tapped into the burgeoning Chinese appetite for American products. Here’s what the guys say about investing in multinationals as a China play.

  • For all the record highs, February's sell-off served as a stark reminder of the risk investors face when playing the Chinese market. What should you look for?

  • Ben from Beijing wants to know what are the 'standards and practices' that US investors assume Chinese companies will hold. He also asks if there are any specific companies that already stand out as leaders in this field?

  • Located just 40 miles southwest of Hong Kong, until very recently Macau was a Portuguese colony with the first gambling house opening in 1847. In 1999, power was handed over to China and 3 years later the government opened up development to Western firms. The result is a boom surpassing even the rat pack days of Las Vegas. How do you trade this emerging gambling mecca?

  • Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our guys give you the last word in trading China.

  • Alyson from California wants to know which ETF stands to benefit form the rise in gas prices? Also, John from Tennessee is a farmer and asks if there’s an ETF that mimics the performance of soft commodities like grain and cotton?

  • From the Beijing Olympics boom and elections in Europe, to Putin protectionism and cell phone usage in Sweden - if there is a trend unfolding in the world there's an Exchange Traded Fund that allows you to put your money behind it. Don't have a billion dollar bank account, but want to trade like George Soros? ETFs may be for you.

  • Barclays is an investing leader worldwide now, due in large part to the aggressive adoption of Exchange Traded Funds. Barclays Global Investors launched iShares with 14 funds in 2000 – today there are more than 130 iShares funds trading in the U.S. alone. Find out more.

  • The guys explain the concept of Exchange Traded Funds and give you their take on... the most widely held ETFs in retail, financials, transports ... and more. 

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