'Fast Money Halftime Report' Picks For December 28

On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," Stephen Weiss said he has added to his long positions in Jumia Technologies AG - ADR JMIA and Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure PLC AY. He sees them as solid companies and he expects them to be star performers next year and beyond. 

Josh Brown believes Alphabet Inc Class A GOOGL GOOG is the best technical set up of all the FAANGs. He thinks it is going to have a great year in 2021.

Jenny Harrington is a buyer of Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. MMP. It trades at 10 times earnings, has a 10% dividend yield and a very well-covered dividend.

Pete Najarian thinks First Solar, Inc. FSLR is going to trade much higher.

Jim Lebenthal wants to buy CBS Corporation Common Stock VIAC.

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