The stock market experienced another wild day Friday, packed with tons of volatility. The Dow finished down 171 points and the Nasdaq fell 21 points.

Karen Finerman explained on CNBC's "Fast Money" Friday that with all the volatility the market experienced this week, the S&P 500 barely moved. According to Guy Adami, the market gave investors a lot more clarity this week. Pete Najarian expects volatility to spike up for the next three to five weeks. He also believes the Dow will experience 200- to 300-point intraday swings during that time frame.

Financial stocks put in a strong week off the back of a 75-basis-point Fed rate cut. Najarian thinks the Financial Select Sector SPDR ( XLF) is a buy at $25 and a sell at $28. Adami says to take profits in Wachovia ( WB) and look to buy it back lower.

Outside of Apple ( AAPL), technology stocks rebounded this week. Najarian says he would stay away from technology stocks right now. Adami likes Microsoft ( MSFT) at $32.

Gold traded up to $910.70, a new record high after a power shortage in South Africa hit miners. Adami loves mining names like Freeport-McMoRan ( FCX), which he feels is undervalued. He also likes Peabody ( BTU) for a coal play.

Seymour says investors should be short gold and long miners like Gold Fields ( GFI) or Harmony Gold Mining ( HMY). Najarian prefers coal names like Joy Global ( JOYG), Peabody Energy ( BTU), Massey Energy ( MEE) and Alpha Natural Resources ( ANR).

U.S.-based multinationals like Honeywell ( HON) and Caterpillar ( CAT) continued to show strength Friday. Adami highlighted how Honeywell performed well Friday despite the down market. He says HON is heading to over $60. Seymour says CAT is cheap compared with Deere ( DE). According to Najarian, the agriculture plays are a better way to play the global story.

Finerman says she is a value investor and the stocks she is picking are doing well. Seymour says the market isn't trading on valuations, but rather off fear and flows. He questioned how investors price in that risk.

Najarian noticed unusual options activity in the chemical stocks. He mentioned the options trading in Dow Chemical ( DOW) is suggesting the stock will move much higher. He would also look at Deltra Petroleum ( DPTR), which had huge front-month options activity.

Market Trends

The "Fast Money" traders highlighted trends in the market that they feel are worth looking for next week. Najarian doesn't think the market or the global story is broken. He says investors should look at coal play Massey ( MEE). Finerman recommends watching the inflation data coming in next week.

Adami likes Microsoft ( MSFT) at $32. Seymour would look to buy the South African miners that were sold off heavily and look to sell the miners from other parts of the world that rallied on Friday. He would also sell streetTracks Gold Trust ( GLD).

Earnings Trades for Next Week

A third of all the earnings are set to be reported next week. What is the best earnings trade to get in front of? Najarian says the truckers are the play and he recommends watching YRC Worldwide ( YRCW) and Con-Way ( CNW). Adami thinks Burlington Northern ( BNI) is interesting ahead of earnings for Tuesday. He feels $80 is the floor on BNI. Finerman likes Altria ( MO), but she doesn't think the stock will move much when it reports.

Adami also mentioned watching Merck ( MRK). Najarian likes Marathon ( MRO) if the stock trades down when it reports. Lastly, Adami says investors can get long Google ( GOOG) into earnings understanding that if it says something terrible, it could go down $50.

Chartology With Carter Worth

Oppenheimer Chief Market Technician Carter Worth joined the "Fast Money" crew and says the S&P 500 is currently in a classic bear market rally. He believes the S&P 500 will do nothing for a while then will make another move lower. Worth explained that the charts on gold mining stocks show that they haven't kept up with the price of gold. He recommends buying gold mining stocks with the idea that the sector will play catch-up with the commodity.

Quicker Than The Ticker

On Jan. 17, Najarian said keep the refiner stocks like Tesoro ( TSO) and Valero ( VLO) high on your list. He was right and both stocks traded up more than 9%.

On Jan. 22, Seymour said look at iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index ( EEM) and iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index ( FXI). Seymour was on the money, and both emerging-market ETFs traded up over 8%.

On Jan. 18, Finerman told investors to look at Home Depot ( HD) because she felt the stock was oversold. She was right, and the stock traded up 9% since her call.

On Jan. 22, Adami said buy Wachovia ( WB). Adami nailed this call and WB went up nearly 20%.

Fast Fire

On Jan. 18, Najarian thought Apple ( AAPL) would be a good buy ahead of earnings. He was dead wrong and the stock fell 15%. Najarian still likes Apple even after the big fall.

On Jan. 17, Adami told traders to short PNC Financial ( PNC). He missed the mark on the short call and PNC traded up 7%. Adami regrets making the call.

On Jan. 14, Finerman said get long natural gas plays like Devon ( DVN) and Apache ( APA). She was way off, and both stocks are down over 10% since her call. Finerman admitted she was wrong.

Pops and Drops

The following segment highlights the biggest movers for the week.

Pops: DuPont ( DD) traded up 7%. Finerman explained that DD is a play on agriculture. The Homebuilders ETF ( XHB) traded up 20%, helped by a Fed rate cut. Seymour feels the move is a bit overdone. Yahoo! ( YHOO) traded up 9% ahead of next week's earnings report. Adami explained if you're buying Yahoo! you're buying hope.

Macy's ( M) traded up 9%. Finerman says M is oversold. Amgen ( AMGN) traded up 5% off of better-than-expected results from their anemia drug. Najarian explained that Amgen has huge growth internationally.

Stillwater Mining ( SWC) exploded up 40%. Seymour thinks SWC is an interesting play, but he would buy it lower. Nucor ( NUE) traded up 13%. Adami explained that pricing power is back in the steel sector.

FreightCar America ( RAIL) traded up 23%. Finerman sees value in RAIL with their large cash position. Delta ( DAL) traded up 12% on merger speculation. Seymour wonders if DAL will be bought out. United Technologies ( UTX) traded up 10%. Adami likes this stock.

Drops: Schering-Plough ( SGP) and Merck ( MRK) both fell more than 8%. Najarian thinks both these firms have issues right now. Tempur-Pedic ( TPX) fell 8%. Najarian says there's a problem with luxury mattress makers.

Final Trade

Seymour likes Sasol ( SSL) for a short-term trade. Adami favors United Technologies ( UTX). Finerman recommends Golar ( GLNB). Najarian says trade with Warren Buffett and buy Burlington Northern ( BNI) ahead of earnings.

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