'Fast Money' Pops & Drops: Nvida, No

The chipmaker pops, but the trading panel says don't chase it.
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Pops

Nvida

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popped 5% after the chipmaker announced it will offer new chips for desktop computers. Najarian said don't chase this stock.

Sirius XM Radio

(SIRI) - Get Report

soared 30%. Macke says "sell the rally on SIRI -- the equity probably isn't worth anything."

Textron

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jumped 11% after two directors disclosed that they bought shares in the world's biggest business-jet maker. Adami says "they reported a lousy quarter, and the stock is no longer one of my favorites."

Drops

U.S. Steel

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dropped 11%. Adami mentioned that UBS cut the stock from buy to sell. He says "X is a value stock, but it doesn't matter in this environment."

AMR

(AMR)

fell 2%. Finerman said to stay away from the airlines.

Savient Pharmaceuticals

(SVNT)

plunged 73% over safety concerns with the company's gout drug. Najarian joked, "stay away from the cream."

Humana

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lost 15% after the provider of health insurance reported a 39% drop in quarterly profits. Finerman said she was surprised the stock dropped so much.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.