'Halftime Report' Final Trades: Shake Shack, DR Horton And More

On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," the investment committee gave their final trades.

Hightowers' Stephanie Link likes Carrier Global Corporation CARR and suggests buy the dip.

Market Rebellion Co-Founder Jon Najarian likes International Game Technology PLC IGT and notes the company's lottery business will be very beneficial because every state needs more revenue.

Odyssey Capital Advisors' Jason Snipe likes D.R. Horton, Inc. DHI and notes the stock has had a great quarter and home building revenue is up 47%. He said to stay long.

Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO Josh Brown likes Shake Shack Inc. SHAK and notes over the last 5 years, the stock is up 280%, beating Chipotle and Dominos.

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