"Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment Friday.
was a pop today; Peter Najarian said to "keep an eye on this one," because they are looking for a $70 billion dollar bid.
Rocketing upward today,
saw a 2% gain.
Karen Finerman is curious about
, which popped 4%. Finerman said it was a "peculiar move," with a possible buyback lurking.
Joe Terranova said that
of supermarkets," is too overpriced and he does not like it although it shot up 7%.
was down 5%. Adami said that "not making planes is not good for BA."
Taking on losses,
dropped 10%. Adami said that investors realized "if they want to gamble ... they can go to the New York Mercantile Exchange."
Moving along to
, Terranova said that it dropped 10% because it is overextended and oversold.
, which has dropped 15%, and was once referred to as "Mighty Micron," is now known as something that cannot even be said on television.
Wrapping up drops,
is down 11%. Najarian asked the traders to name a Palm device. He said that they cannot because many consumers are more interested in
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.