The markets ended its worst week since the big rally.

The

Dow Jones Industrial Average

fell 62.68, or 0.75%, to 8,268.64, while the

S&P 500

dropped 10.19, or 1.14%, to 882.88. The

Nasdaq

fell 9.07, or 0.54%, to 1,680.14.

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Karen Finerman said on

CNBC

's "Fast Money" TV show that this week's pullback was insignificant against the backdrop of the enormous upside move. She said the leaders on the way up -- financials, consumers and materials -- were the laggards on the way down this week. She said she remains long on energy and oil services.

Pete Najarian said today's action left him feeling in what "may be no-man's land" but in a pocket that may be at 875. He also said the VIX moved up to 33 today and could move higher next week after the expiration of a huge number of put protections.

Guy Adami noticed the trading volume of the financials was anemic. For example,

Wells Fargo

(WFC) - Get Report

traded 93 million shares compared to an average of 182 million during the past three months. He believes the stock will retrace to $22.

Adami also sees

Goldman Sachs

(GS) - Get Report

heading down $10 to $15 despite reports that it is going to pay back its TARP money.

Shifting overseas, Tim Seymour said he liked

Barclays

(BCS) - Get Report

because it is selling its investment arm and doesn't need any government help.

Melissa Lee, the moderator of the show, shifted the panel's attention to another big business story: six insurers, including

Hartford Financial

(HIG) - Get Report

and

Lincoln National

(LNC) - Get Report

getting access to $22 billion of TARP money. Najarian said he noticed a lot of unusually strong options activity ahead of the announcement.

Lee noted specialty retailers ended lower today. Adami said the easy trade in retailers has been over some time, but he said investors might want to check out

Gap

(GPS) - Get Report

whose margins look better despite "awful" same-store sales. He sees Gap, which closed at $15 today, in play at $14 to $14.50.

Najarian thinks

Wal-Mart

(WMT) - Get Report

, with its success in food and consumable sales, is awfully cheap at $48. Finerman said she's been buying the stock this week and recommended getting into Wal-Mart-like stocks like

Kraft Foods

(KFT)

.

Lee said that oil dropped 3.7% today. Adami sees the commodity headed down another $8 to $10, but Seymour said the drop may be "good news," because it is a sign of stabilization that is needed for a lot of names like

Transocean

(RIG) - Get Report

.that need predictability.

Najarian said investors should be taking some profits off the table of the ag names, which soared 14% to 15% this week.

Lee brought in Youssef Squali, managing director of Jefferies & Co., who put out a buy on

Google

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with a price target of $442.

Squali said he based his decision on the rapid growth in searches in the U.S. for Google, which is up 45% year over year in April. He said that's a significant rise from the previous months.

Jon Juricic, president of streetinsider.com, came on the show to talk about the portfolios of well-known CEOs. He told the panel that Bill Ackman, CEO of

Target

(TGT) - Get Report

had bought 7.5 million shares of an apartment REIT, took up a new stake in

Yum! Brands

(YUM) - Get Report

, dumped

Sears Holdings

(SHLD)

, cut his stake in

VISA

(V) - Get Report

and maintained a sizable stake in his own company.

With

HP

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set to report earnings next week, Jim Goldman, a

CNBC

reporter said he expects its results to be in-line. He said the results should provide some reason for optimism by analysts for the company whose shares are down for the year compared with

IBM

(IBM) - Get Report

, up 20%, and

Dell

(DELL) - Get Report

, up 7%.

He said HP should get a nice bounce from Windows 7 which is scheduled for release during the holiday shopping season. He said the company's problem is its printer business which faces some competition.

Jim Delaney, vice president of Saratoga Capital, came on the show to talk about the move earlier this week by the Obama administration to tighten regulation of the credit default swaps markets. He said the proposed steps will provide much needed transparency and improved risk management but he warned that too much regulation such as onerous margin requirements could drive products offshore and "nobody will make money."

Gregg Fisher, president and chief investment officer of Gerstein Fisher, appeared on the show to talk about investing in "sexy" muni bonds. He told the panel that his clients are investing in general obligation bonds across states. He also said he would hedge against inflation by investing in gold, foreign currencies and foreign bonds.

In the final trades, Seymour was for

Ford

(F) - Get Report

, Adami for

Johnson & Johnson

, Finerman for shorting

SPDR S&P Retail ETF

(XRT) - Get Report

and Najarian for

URS Corp.

(URS)

.

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