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'Fast Money' Pops and Drops: Dell

The trading panel notes the stock is up 4% and says investors should take profits.
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CNBC's

"Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment Monday.

Pops

Dell Computers

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was up 4% to $25.39. Guy Adami said news of the company entering into the MP3 business again has helped drive this stock up. However, he advises investors to take profits.

Philip Morris

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rose by 3% to $53.72. Karen Finerman mentioned the company is "one of my favorite." The company rose after announcing it will buy Rothmans for $1.96 billion.

Southwest Airlines

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was up 2% to $16.08. Seymour said the stock was "up 25% from its recent lows" and believes "it's overdone."

Elan Corp

(ELN)

was up 11% to $11.02. Finerman said, "I don't know if it's really considered a pop since the stock was trading at $13 last week."

Drops

Exxon Mobil

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was down about 4% to $76.60. Tim Seymour said he feels "that the trade continues to go," saying it is could continue to trend downward.

Dish Network

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fell 4% to $27.91. Jeff Macke joked, "People seem to be smoking more than they are buying satellites." The company reported increased profits today but a net loss of 25,000 subscribers.

CSX Corp

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was down 3% to $64.51. Adami contributes the stock going down due to shareholders issues. He feels the stock will continue to go down.

FreightCar America

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fell sharply by 23% to $27.94. Macke simply does not like the stock.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.