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 Monday.
popped 8%. Pete Najarian said the company beat on earnings and issued bullish guidance for 2008. He said he loves the diagnostics companies.
was unchanged after a pop then a drop. Karen Finerman said the company got a capital infusion from Leucadia then bought shares of Leucadia.
was up 3%. Jeff Macke said to sell the stock and buy
rose 7%. Najarian the stock continues to go higher. Today it broke through above its previous 52-week high.
jumped 9%. Macke said to avoid companies that make eggs and buy the dips on companies that make chicken.
dropped 28%. Finerman said the company's capital infusion is a horrific deal for shareholders. She says that any stock in the space is better than National City.
was down 7%. Macke said no one's going to Sears.
fell 3%. Guy Adami said the company reported a good first quarter and raised guidance. It announced it was pricing a secondary offering, which will put pressure on the stock. He recommended buying the secondary.
stumbled 10%. Najarian said the stock is a buy on the pullback.
lost 2%. Adami said people are taking profits in the name. China Moblie is a real growth story, he said.
slipped 3%. Finerman said the stock is not for her.
tumbled 4%. For a homebuilding play, Adami said, get into