A the start of the "Pops and Drops" segment on CNBC's "Fast Money," Melissa Lee noted that Dell Computers (DELL) was down about 10% after-hours to $22.80 since the company reported earnings of 33 cents a share -- analysts had expected 36 cents a share.

Jon Najarian said he feels " Lenovo is eating Dell's lunch."


Amylin Pharmaceuticals ( AMLN) rose by 7% to $21.88. Najarian said the stock moved up as a result from an upgrade; he said he feels the stock is a "steal" at $21-$22.

Las Vegas Sands ( LVS - Get Report) was up about 8% to $45.85. Joe Terranova suggests investors to avoid playing with companies in the gambling sector.

Boeing ( BA) rose 3% to $66.34. Guy Adami said investors should avoid buying the stock right now but should wait for some dips.

TiVo ( TIVO - Get Report) rose 4% to $8.31. Najarian said to keep an eye on this stock, because if it gets a settlement from DirecTV Group ( DTV - Get Report), "the stock would be worth $3."

Zale Corporation ( ZALE) surged 21% to $27.92. Finerman said that the stock's sharp movement had to do with the company beating earnings expectations.

Western Refining ( WNR) rose 5% to $9.22. Terranova said, "I like the story of formulated gas-o-line." In addition, he said he feels it is beginning to stabilize and will turn around soon.

Layne Christensen Co. ( LAYN) sharply rose by 13% to $54.25. Adami said to avoid chasing the stock and to look at it on dips.

Vimpel-Communications ( VIP) increased by 5% to $24.19. Since it's a Russian company, Najarian said to "stay away from the company," as investors could suffer from political conflicts.

Origin Agritech Limited ( SEED) rose 12% to $5.29. Terranova said to wait for the stock to move "above $8 before you get interested in the stock."

Jo-Ann Stores ( JAS) rose by 10% to $24.94. Adami said "I would normally say don't chase these stocks, but I feel there is still some upside left in the stock."


Williams-Sonoma ( WSM - Get Report) fell by 8% to $17.01. Karen Finerman stated that the stock took a hit after the company issued a poor outlook. She also said that the CEO of Williams-Sonoma saying "he does not see quick recovery" is not helping the stock much.

DSW ( DSW) closed down by 2% to $14.62. Finerman said the company reported a solid quarter but said feels investors were perhaps expecting the company to higher guidance. While some were disappointed and sold the stock today, Finerman said, "I like it here."

Peter Garcia is a finance major at Seton Hall. He provides invaluable research support as an intern at TheStreet.com.