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Stocks discussed on the Final Trade Segment of CNBC’s Fast Money TV Program, Wednesday July 6.

Bullish Calls:

Steven Grasso said he is buying Marriott (NASDAQ:MAR) ahead of its fourth quarter spin off of its timeshare unit. Marriott closed at $36.62, down $0.02 for a loss of 0.05%% one day gain.

The company is trading below analysts' estimates. MAR has a median price target of $42 by 23 brokers and a high target of $51. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 25, 2011, when FBR Capital upgraded the company from Market Perform to Outperform.

Stephen Weiss said to stay with Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), Weiss said, “I own it, it’s going to do great when they report this quarter." QCOM is trading at $58.70 up $0.56 for a gain of 0.96%.

The company is trading below analysts' estimates. QCOM has a median price target of $67 by 37 brokers and a high target of $80. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 8, 2011, when MKM Partners upgraded the company from Neutral to Buy.

Jon Najarian is bullish on Brocade (NASDAQ:BRCM), which traded at $34.05, down $0.22 for a loss of 0.64% due to unusual options activity late in the day yesterday.

The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. BRCM has a median price target of $45 by 38 brokers and a high target of $55. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 6, 2011, when Oppenheimer upgraded the company from Perform to Outperform.

Joe Terranova is bullish on Pepsi (NYSE:PEP) trading at $70.17 up $0.40 providing a 0.57% gain yesterday.

The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. PEP has a median price target of $79 by 14 brokers and a high target of $85. The last up/downgrade activity was on Feb 11, 2011, when Davenport downgraded the company from Buy to Neutral.

Bearish Calls:

Tim Seymour said Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) has excellent exposure to Latin American rails but it’s trading at 52 week highs, and to take profits. KSU was trading at $61.87 up $1.31 yesterday for a gain of 2.16%.

The company is trading on par with analysts' estimates. KSU has a median price target of $62 by 17 brokers and a high target of $70. The last up/downgrade activity was on Mar 25, 2011, when BMO Capital Markets initiated coverage on the company with a Market Perform rating.

Click Fast Money team member names below for more helpful information from each of the CNBC Fast Money Traders.

Joe Terranova, Jon Najarian, Pete Najarian, Guy Adami, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Patty Edwards, Steven Grasso.

Source: Fast Money Final Trade Recap: Buy Marriott Ahead of Fourth Quarter Spin Off