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With several more companies reporting tonight and tomorrow, I may trim some of the older plays today.
You don't need to own shares in these companies right now with so many other good companies out there.
But investors seem spooked as the company's first public earnings report seems to indicate that growth is slowing.
A central bank governor's optimism about Europe's debt problems boosted global indices and U.S. futures.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Zynga, Riverbed, and CVR Energy.
Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.
Here is a bullish play on Zynga, plus bearish trades on Weight Watchers and Deere.
The agency slashed ratings on some European nations, but global indices still moved higher.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Zynga, Apple, and Google.
The market is in a tricky spot, but tomorrow's jobs number will provide short-term direction.
SCOR is poised to benefit from Facebook's IPO and the fact that 2012 is an election year.
We may be walking a high-wire, but trades are still working so we might as well take them.
You've seen the numbers, dissected the filing -- but have you looked at the site recently?
Facebook files for its initial public offering and discloses just how dependent the company is on ads and Zynga.
SOCL maintains a focused exposure on social media stocks and could be the way to play Facebook.
Real people and their emotions are at work, not a bunch of bloodless computers.
From its heavy reliance upon Facebook to its CEO seemingly being uninterested in maximizing shareholder value, Zynga seems like an obvious choice to stay away from.
While many recent IPOs struggle, InvenSense and Imperva keep moving ahead.