The stock market saw its best gains of 2008 on Wednesday. The Dow closed up 146 points and the NASDAQ finished up 34 points. The crew at CNBC's "Fast Money" take a close look at the late day rally, bringing in Robert Scoble for his input.Guy Adami doesn't think the market put in a reversal on Wednesday. He thinks the rally was based off of short covering and he recommends defensive play Altria Group ( MO). Tim Seymour agrees with Adami that the rally was due to short covering. He thinks talk of the Fed easing is driving the market higher. Pete Najarian advised investors to sell into strength on the financials when you get it. The NASDAQ saw its first up day of 2008 on Wednesday. Adami thinks Microsoft ( MSFT) is the best name out there on the NASDAQ and investors should look to buy it with $32 as support. Najarian mentioned that both Microsoft and Oracle ( ORCL) looked good when the market was bad.