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Fast Money Recap: Tuesday's 'Pops & Drops'

The stocks that fell and rise in Tuesday's action.

Here are the 'Pops & Drops' stocks the crew on CNBC's Fast Money discussed Tuesday night. To read the recap of the full show, click here.

Pops --

General Motors


traded up 4%. Guy Adami says the 0% incentives are working.



popped 4% on bullish sales. Karen Finerman likes the company buyback and the stock.



traded up 3%. Jeff Macke says you can stay long this stock for an investment.

Texas Instruments


popped up 3% after announcing a new chip. Pete Najarian says don't listen to the bearish commentator Doug Kass; there's still room for the chip stocks to go higher.

Lehman Brothers


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traded up 3%. Finerman says go with

Goldman Sachs


, which is best in class. (RealMoney Take: Jim Cramer recently said, "What happens if Goldman got VOL right, meaning that it was long volatility -- how do we know they don't do more than $21? Can you afford to be short that?" To read more on what Cramer said,

click here.


Drops --



fell 2% after the third Chinese recall hit the company's popular Barbie product. Macke says Mattel is in huge trouble for the Christmas season if it doesn't fix their problems quickly.



dropped 7% after a UBS price cut. Macke says no rush to get long this stock.

Avis Budget Group


fell 3%. Adami doesn't like the company or the stock.



traded higher as investors hope for a Fed rate cut on Sept. 18. Adami likes

Public Service Enterprises Group



Home Depot


fell on a disappointing dutch action. Finerman loves Home Depot and she owns it for the long term. Macke doesn't believe Home Depot is a short anymore.

Macke likes

Short Dow30 ProShares


for a short play on the Dow. Finerman recommends

The Limited


. Adami likes Hewlett Packard. Najarian favors




To read the recap of the full Fast Money show, click here.

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