Every evening in its "Pops and Drops" segment, the crew on CNBC's Fast Money takes a look at big movers in the market, and their take on the stocks.
was up 10% on a decent quarter. Eric Bolling says if it gets to $3, sell it.
traded up 10% on continued short-covering. Bolling says it's down 70% in one year -- sell that one too.
was up 13% on short-covering. Pete Najarian likes Nike more.
( FLE) was up 6% in sympathy with the homebuilder bounce. Guy Adami says it's "nuts" that this stock is up.
( LEH) was down 7% as the investment banking sector took another hit. Najarian says it's going lower.
traded down 5% on global risk concerns. Adami would look to buy this in the near future.
was down 12% after cutting its full-year profit forecast. Jeff Macke says to get out.
( ACF) traded down 7% after cutting their profit forecast. Adami says credit and automobiles on a day like Thursday?
was down 5% on news founder Philip Knight sold 200,000 shares this month. Macke says the company is great, and that Knight can sell as much stock as he wants.
BJ's Wholesale Club
dropped 8% on poor same-store sales numbers. Macke says its stores are dumps -- buy
( BRK) because of Warren Buffett. Najarian would get long
for the record volume in the markets daily recently. Adami believes
has bottomed at $50 even though he believes another shoe could drop. Bolling likes
because the stock held up nicely in a bad tape.
fell today after telling investors that a possible private equity deal for a supply unit might see a price cut. Bolling is done with Home Depot as a trade since the hurricane season hasn't materialized. Macke is done also because he said the supply-unit deal price cut is bad news.
traded higher after hours on a strong earnings report. Adami says it looks like the stock goes up on big down days, so buy it on any dip.
traded higher Thursday on news of activist investor Daniel Loeb increasing his stake.
was up also; Najarian says Cypress owns a majority stake in Sunpower and they're both running together. In a bad market Cypress was up and the unusual options activity pointed to it, says Najarian.
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