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.
Hershey ( HSY) popped 9%. Pete Najarian said there may be a merger coming down the line. Darden Restaurants ( DRI) moved up 5%. Jeff Macke said it's too early for him to get into casual dining. Flowserve ( FLS) climbed 4%. Karen Finerman said she hedged her long position a bit today. Children's Place ( PLCE) jumped 4%. The stock is going higher, said Macke. Polaris Industries ( PII) screamed higher by 10%. Finerman said there's 50% short interest in the stock, so she believes today's rally was a squeeze.
The streetTracks Gold ( GLD) dropped 2%. Adami said he'd be scared to be long gold here. China Mobile ( CHL) stumbled 6%. Najarian said Goldman Sachs put the stock on its conviction sell list, but he says it has probably bottomed. Archer Daniels Midland ( ADM) lost 3%. Adami said the stock went down in sympathy with the ag sector. He said he'd avoid it for the time being. DryShips ( DRYS) fell 3%. Najarian said investors should be careful, but he says it might be time to look into the stock from the long side.