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%. Karen Finerman said Goldman Sachs added it to its conviction buy list. She said that at 50 times earnings, she's skeptical that it's a buy.
was up 4%. Finerman said she doesn't know why the stock went up.
climbed 3%. Jeff Macke said a new acquisition and nice subscriber numbers helped the stock go higher.
jumped 61%. Pete Najarian said it's easy for a stock to rise so much when it's has been hammered. He also observed heavy short interest in the name.
dropped 6%. Macke said the company raised prices and lost market share.
lost 6%. Najarian said the company has a large acquisition on the table. Many people think the deal will fall apart, he said.
fell 4%. Guy Adami said the company is fighting over a takeover of another company but said the stock is compelling on a valuation basis.
plummeted 13%. Adami said the company thinks the earthquake in China will hurt things in future.
slipped 2%. Finerman said that's hardly a drop, given the run the stock has had.
Royal Bank of Scotland
lost 5%. Macke said Warren Buffett said he's not interested in the company's insurance business.
slumped 4%. Adami said the Justice Department is investigating the educator for recruiting violations.