Melissa Lee handled the Pops and Drops.
IKON Office Solutions
( IKN) rose by 9% to $17.02.
iShares China Index
was up about 4% to $43.43. Quint Tatro patted himself on the back for recommending this stock a couple of days ago on the program, calling a double bottom. He suggested investors to sell half of their position at this point.
increased by 3% to $52.11. Adami said the stock was "obliterated in October," and said that even with the upward movement in the stock he still likes it at its current price levels.
rose by 4% to $35.02. Terranova mentioned how crude inventories have slowly been decreasing in recent months; he said this will benefit Valero and others in the sector. He said "people should look into this stock."
surged by 28% to $12.82. Najarian started off by saying it's a really cheap stock, but he wouldn't be a buyer. He said the stock is off its 52-week high by a large margin and there is a good reason for it -- the stock's 52-week high is $23.84.
( BGP) rose sharply by 20% to $6.39. Terranova said he believes a short squeeze contributed to the sharp rise -- he said he foresees the "stock moving to the double digits."
was down about 3% to $19.65. Guy Adami said the $100 million it won from the Bratz lawsuit case did not help the stock, but at its current price he said it "gets interesting here."
( AMLN) fell sharply by 25% to $20.48. Joe Terranova said to "let the dust settle here" before you take a look at whether to own it or not.
Solarfun Power Holdinigs
( SOLF) fell by 14% to $16.33. Quint said "I keep getting smacked out of the solars." He is referring to when he had a position in a solar company but was forced to sell out when it hit his stop-loss price. He said "I'm done with them
was down 2% to $4.98. Adami said does not like this stock. Instead, he prefers that investors consider
, stating "that is your play."
fell 3% to $37.94. Najarian said "I like this one" and suggested investors could get into this stock on the dips.
Brown Shoe Co
fell 3% to $15.37. Tatro said "this stock is not for me."
Peter Garcia is a finance major at Seton Hall. He provides invaluable research support as an intern at TheStreet.com.