This special edition also covered that day's 367-point plunge on the Dow, which coincidentally, occurred 20 years to the day it lost 508 points, or 22.6% of its value on Black Monday.

The Fast Money 1st Anniversary special was broadcast on 2008-01-15.

Fast Money is an American financial stock trading talk show that began airing on the CNBC cable/satellite TV channel on 2006-06-21.

Money in Motion was removed from the CNBC lineup On October 13, 2014, Fast Money, along with CNBC's other business-day programs, were launched in full 1080i high-definition as part of a network-wide switch to a full 16:9 presentation.

Strazzini was replaced by Najarian on May 18, 2007.

Fill-ins include Pete's brother, Jon Najarian of option MONSTER.com, Tim Seymour, founder of Seygem Asset Management, Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro, Joe Terranova, Chief Market Strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, Zachary Karabell, President of River Twice Research, Joe Kinahan, chief derivatives strategist at thinkorswim, Jared A.

Levy, senior derivatives specialist at PEAK6 Investments and Brian Kelly.

The show originally aired from CNBC headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, with Ratigan as host, and a regular panel of Jeff Macke, Guy Adami, Tim Strazzini, and Eric Bolling.

On Fridays, beginning with March 5, 2010, the show was truncated to just 30 minutes as Options Action (also hosted by Melissa Lee) was aired in the ET timeslot.

This special edition showed memorable clips from its first year on the air from the NASDAQ (where Fast Money re-debuted on 2007-01-08), and also covered that day's 277-point plunge on the Dow.

Michael Eisner, former Disney CEO and current host of his own CNBC show, Conversations with Michael Eisner, made a special guest appearance on this program.

Fast Money is recorded at the Times Square New York, New York, street-level studios of the NASDAQ by CNBC, a national cable television network owned by NBC Universal/Comcast. On 2007-02-27, a special edition of Fast Money, which covered that day's 416-point plunge on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, aired.

It was rebroadcast at 1am ET, pre-empting that night's scheduled airing of The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch.

The success of Mad Money prompted CNBC to look to replicate that success with another show.