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 Tuesday.

Pops

Thornburg Mortgage ( TMA) rocketed up 119%. Tim Seymour said the stock is nevertheless down 93% on the year. The Fed move doesn't help Thornburg, he said.

U.S. Steel ( X - Get Report) jumped 8%. Guy Adami said that if a company has pricing power in this environment, it has everything. The steel names have that power, he said.

Vornado ( VNO - Get Report) climbed 9%. Karen Finerman said it was a very nice move. With the stock down to $85 from $117 a few months ago, it needed a pop. It seems fair, she said.

Inter Parfums ( IPAR - Get Report) rose 21%. Finerman said it smells nice when you guide profit higher than expectations.

India Fund ( IFN - Get Report) ticked up 16%. Seymour said a the move was mostly short covering.

Potash ( POT) added 9%. Adami said that you have to buy this stock on dips.

JA Solar ( JASO) popped 18%. Pete Najarian said that ahead of earnings tomorrow several analysts issued bullish reports on the company.

North American Palladium ( PAL) was up 10%. Seymour said he loves palladium names. He cautioned that many precious metal companies are locked into long-term contracts, so spot prices don't help.

Drops

Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS - Get Report) dropped 1%. Adami said the great story of 2007 was not so hot in 2008.

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