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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open.

Pete Najarian was a buyer of Microsoft.

Tim Seymour was a buyer of Starbucks.

Steve Grasso was a buyer of Lennar.

Guy Adami was a buyer of Tenet Healthcare.

Trader disclosure: On June 19, 2018, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s “Fast Money” were owned by the “Fast Money” traders: Pete Najarian is long calls AAPL, AIG, AMD, AXP, BAC, BEL, CI, COTY, CS, GM, HAL, INTC, JD, KHC, KKR, MOMO, MRO, MT, OIH, RIG, SLV, SPY, SVU, TWTR, WYNN, XHB, XLF, XOP. Pete is long stock AAPL, AMP, ATVI, BAC, BKE, C, CELG, CVX, DIS, DVA, FUL, GM, HLT, IBM, JNPR, KMI, KO, LOW, MRK, MSFT, MU, NKE, PEP, PFE, PII, PYPL, SBUX, STZ, TGT, UPS, WFC, WYNN, XOM. Pete is long puts GE. Bought GE puts. Bought HAL calls. Tim Seymour is long AMZA, ACB.TO, APC, APH.TO, BABA, BAC, BX, C, CCJ, CLF, CMG, CRON, CSCO, CX, DAL, DPZ, DVYE, EA, EEM, ERJ, EUFN, EWM, FB, FXI, GE, GILD, GM, GOOGL, GWPH, HAL, INTC, JD, LEAF, MAT, MCD, MO, MOS, MPEL, NKE, PAK, PHM, PYPL, RH, RL, SBUX, SQ, T, TIF, TWTR, UA, UAL, VALE, VIAB, VOD, X, XLE, XRT, YNDX, 700.HK. Tim is short IWM, RACE, SPY. Steve Grasso is long stock AAPL, BABA, CAR, EVGN, GE, JCP, LEN, MJNA, MON, OSTK, PFE, RAD, SNAP, SQ, T, TSLA, TWTR, VRX. Grasso owns Callable Trigger contingent yield note linked to SPX, RTY, and MXEA. Grasso’s kids own EFA, EFG, EWJ, IJR, SPY.
Grasso’s firm is long stock COTY, CTL, CUBA, DIA, F, GE, GLD, GSK, HPQ, IAU, IBM, ICE, LEN, MAT, MJNA, MSFT, NE, QCOM, RIG, SNAP, SNGX, SPY, T, TMUS, TWX, UA, WDR, WHR, XRX, ZNGA. Grasso’s firm bought LEN and sold ICE, TWX, and UA. Guy Adami is long CELG, EXAS, GDX, INTC. Guy Adami’s wife, Linda Snow, works at Merck.



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