'Fast Money' Pops and Drops: Google Keeps Its Mojo

The trading panel also notes a couple of Las Vegas casino plays.
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Here's what CNBC's "Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment Tuesday.

Pops

Google

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was up 3%. Jeff Macke said the price action in Google is very bullish.

Wynn

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and

Las Vegas Sands

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both popped. Pete Najarian said that there's a limit on gambling permits in the works that will give the casinos pricing power.

Zoran

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jumped 14% Najarian said the stock had been beaten up, then volume turned around. Nice pop, he said.

Freeport-McMoRan

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climbed 3%. Guy Adami said copper prices could go up a lot. He said Lehman Brothers gave it a $200 price target. The stock is still cheap here, he said.

Drops

Unitedhealth

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dropped 10%. Adami said the company lowered guidance for the year but the stock is down since December. He recommended buying it here with a stop below $33.

BJ Services

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lost 15%. Adami said the company had a bad miss. He said the stock has had a huge run and gets attractive at $26.

Netflix

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fell 24%. Finerman said an increase in expenses for streaming video caused a "surprising reaction" from investors.

Lexmark

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slipped 8%. Macke said it's hard to be in the undiversified printer business in a paperless world.

Capital One

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fell 3%. Finerman said she doesn't know what happened, but she loves that it's down because her fund is short the stock.