"Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment on Tuesday.
was up 6% to $40.02. However, Najarian said it had "lowered the price target" and to "get out now."
moved up 30% to $8.83 on the day. Adami said the "problem is that they continue to sell assets to maybe get to half of February's values."
Also up was paint company
, which moved 6% to $48.86. Seymour made note that it "won an appeal on a lead paint verdict today."
Among the drops was
, moving 2% lower to $20.20. The analysts remarked that it "is priced about right, fundamentally."
fell 3% to $82.86. Najarian said it was a "big name" and the "beat will go on."
Dollar Thrifty Automotive
took a huge hit, dropping 40% to $5.70. Finerman said it "cut earning expectations by 50%" and was in "lots of debt."
fell 6% to $93.17. Adami said this was "more in line with all steels" and was still looking good because the company was "soon to be vertically integrated."
was down 17% to $2.48, which Seymour speculated was due to "tons of debt on the balance sheet."
was down 7% to $6.30 on the day.
Rounding out the drops,
dropped 12% to $17.45. Najarian said it was "trying to fix debt problems" but that he "didn't like the company" and it would "go down further."
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.