'Halftime Report' Traders Share Their Thoughts On Target, Home Depot And More

On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," Bryn Talkington answered a question from a viewer who wanted to know where to invest his $3,500. He was trying to decide between Apple Inc AAPL, Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN and Tesla Inc TSLA, but Talkington advised him to buy Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 QQQ, a tech ETF that provides exposure to all three stocks.

Jon Najarian would buy American Battery Metals Corp ABML. He said everybody involved in battery recycling is going to do exceedingly well.

Stephen Weiss said Target Corporation TGT is a better buy than Johnson & Johnson JNJ. He owns Target.

Home Depot Inc HD has been good, but Michael Farr prefers Lowe's Companies Inc LOW because it is trading at a 24% discount to Home Depot and at a 19% discount to the S&P 500.

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