That Was the Week That Was

What's on the minds of the Real Money/Real Money Pro contributors? This week, the team covers Facebook (FB), Expedia (EXPE), Whole Foods Markets (WFM), gold, homebuilders, and much more. Enjoy!

These four stocks never seem to lose their bite. Jim Cramer sinks his teeth into the FANGs. Jim Cramer and Jack Mohr explain why innovation and execution will continue to drive shares of Facebook higher. Doug Kass takes a contrarian view of Facebook, and raises questions about the company's accounting methods. How bad is the situation at Whole Foods Markets? According to Brian Sozzi, a deeper selloff may be warranted. Was Expedia's acquisition of HomeAway (AWAY) a big mistake? Chris Laudani shares his thoughts on the subject. Looking for an options strategy for an undervalued stock? Paul Price takes the leap with Bunge (BG). Where to find the best high-yield plays right now? Antonia Oprita sees opportunities in European stocks. Ben Cross dissects this week's wild ride in gold, and explains where the yellow metal is headed next. Bruce Kamich explains why homebuilder stocks may be resting on a shaky foundation. Helene Meisler analyzes the price action in the indices, and finds some healthy signs. 
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