I know CNBC promotes its Fast Money show as a way to follow the actions of its trading hosts, but I wonder how credible they are when they discuss their positions. It doesn't seem possible for them to have daily opinions on dozens of stocks in the news during the week and to make authentic recommendations about them. I could see how if you were holding a position for a while you could give a rational call on it, but to make a directional pick based on that day's news seems far fetched. I know the market these days is fluid, but to say that you for instance disliked Goldman Sachs two weeks ago, but now that it has broken above some moving averages it is a buy seems disingenuous. It is hard to take their commentary at face value since most of the original crew left.