Stocks fell Monday as crude oil hit a record high of $86 and

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

brought back fears of credit problems. The team at

CNBC's

"Fast Money" dissected the moves in the market.

Citi reported a 57% decline in profits. Karen Finerman wasn't surprised at the report, while Jeff Macke sees no reason to be long the stock. Guy Adami maintains that $45 is still the exit on the stop out for the Citigroup trade. Other financial stocks to keep an eye on are

E*Trade

(ETFC) - Get Report

and

Knight Capital

(NITE)

, which Pete Najarian points out are reporting earnings on Wednesday. He believes both could surprise to the upside.

1987 Crash Comparison

Louise Yamada, who has been ranked the No. 1 technical analyst on Wall Street, joined the "Fast Money" crew to discuss the current technicals of the stock market. Yamada is watching for signs of negative divergences in the market right now. Some divergences are the advancing stocks vs. declining stocks and new highs vs. new lows.

In her opinion, the

Federal Reserve

might have diverted a crash when it recently cut rates. Yamada explained that she will know more about where the market is heading in a month.

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One stock she likes from a technical standpoint is

Broadcom

beacuse the lows are getting lower and the highs, higher. The charts tell her that technology is the best place to be right now. For Najarian, Broadcom looks great because it was tearing higher in a negative tape on Monday.

Najarian goes on to remark that the market is starting to digest the fact that oil at $85 is probably not a great thing. He highlighted the strength in

Exxon Mobil

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and

Oil Service HOLDRs

(OIH) - Get Report

. He also advised investors to keep an eye on coal stocks like

Peabody Energy

(BTU) - Get Report

and

Massey Energy

(MEE)

.

He suggests that airlines are in big trouble with the current price of oil. Macke concludes that every day is a good day to sell airline stocks.

Tech Earnings Trade

IBM

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,

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

and

Intel

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are set to report earnings after the bell Tuesday. Yamada's charts say that tech stocks are giving positive signals. Macke believes IBM will deliver the least surprising report. He predicts it will beat estimates and buy back a ton of stock. Najarian notes that IBM options are pricing in a big move. This indicates the company is likely to knock the cover off the ball and send the shares higher.

Another tech name that Najarian favors is Intel, which he deems in the sweet spot. Intel will benefit from global growth. Macke tells investors to look at Yahoo!, as any signs of the company breaking up will send the stock 10% higher.

John Daly Chip Shot

Smoking and drinking soda isn't the smartest choice for living a healthy lifestyle. Just ask golf pro John Daly. However, these bad habits can make you some fast money.

Coca-Cola

(KO) - Get Report

and

Altria

(MO) - Get Report

are set to report earnings on Wednesday. The valuation on Altria caught Finerman's attention and she currently owns the stock. Adami personally likes the dividend, and he agrees with Finerman on the valuation on Altria and tells investors it's a "must own" stock.

According to Macke, Coca-Cola will benefit from a weak dollar and global growth. Najarian proposes Coca-Cola as a play on the growth in energy drinks.

(For other stock ideas based on socially irresponsible behavior, check out the

Vice Fund

portfolio on Stockpickr.com.)

Word on the Street

Chinese stocks continued to power higher Monday with the Hang Seng hitting record highs.

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PetroChina

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passed up

General Electric

(GE) - Get Report

as the world's second largest company. However, Najarian warns the run in the Chinese markets could top out before the summer Olympic Games.

Genentech

(DNA)

beat earnings estimates, but revenue fell short of Wall Street estimates. Najarian remarks that the options players never came into this stock ahead of earnings and as a result, the stock was perfectly priced ahead of the report. Genentech proceeded to trade down 1% after-hours.

The former CEO of

Children's Place

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has hired Bear Stearns to look at alternative options for the company. Finerman hints that a deal could get done with a private equity buyer and she bought the stock on Monday. Macke isn't so sure a deal can get done at PLCE. Instead, he would rather play

Build-A-Bear Workshop

(BBW) - Get Report

for a takeover play.

SiRF Technology

(SIRF)

, a GPS chipmaker, saw unusual options activity on Monday. Najarian participated by buying some SiRF call options Monday after he noticed some heavy call buying. He feels the stock could move higher.

Pops & Drops

Pops --

U.S. Steel

(X) - Get Report

traded up 2.5% on rumors of a buyout. However, Najarian notes that the option activity wasn't supporting the rumor.

Saks

(SKS)

traded up 4% after a trade publication reported the company might have two potential acquirers. Macke advises investors to get out of the stock.

Drops --

Level 3

(LVLT)

dropped 11% after the company announce it's looking for a new CFO. Najarian agrees that the company needs new management, and he isn't expecting a pop until that happens.

Medtronic

(MDT) - Get Report

fell 11%. Najarian counsels viewers to stay away.

Sallie Mae

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dropped 4% on news that buyout firms are getting cold feet. Finerman surmises this will not be resolved quickly. She is not playing this from the arbitrage side.

Eaton

(ETN) - Get Report

fell 4% after cutting its fourth-quarter outlook. Adami considers keeping an eye on

Honeywell

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to see if the sector is in trouble.

The

Regional Bank ETF

(KRE) - Get Report

dropped 3%. Adami feels positive about

U.S. Bancorp

(USB) - Get Report

into earnings, but the KRE drop has him concerned.

Mattel

(MAT) - Get Report

fell 1% on poor earnings due to the Chinese toy recalls. Macke prefers

Hasbro

(HAS) - Get Report

, a stock he is long.

Happy Hour

Greg Troccoli, the director of technical research for Opalesque, joined the "Fast Money" crew from a bar to discuss his take on action in crude oil. Troccoli feels the momentum in crude is unbelievable. It's his opinion that we are now establishing a new floor between $50 and $60. Najarian proposes that the refiners and integrated oil stocks will start to make a move soon.

Final Trade

The crew signs off with their last trade idea for the show.

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