The four-day rally snapped Monday on some profit-taking in the financial stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 7.01, or 0.10%, to 7,216.97, while the S&P 500 lost 2.66, or 0.35%, to 753.89. The Nasdaq fell 27.48, or 1.92%, to 1,404.02. Despite the end of the rally, Guy Adami said on CNBC's "Fast Money" TV show he was encouraged by today's market action. "It wasn't great, but it wasn't horrible," he said. Adami said the rally got derailed when the report came out that the delinquency rates at American Express ( AXP) were getting progressively worse. Joe Terranova said a couple of days of consolidation is alright. What he doesn't want to see is the S&P falling below 740. Jeff Macke said he took some profits on Morgan Stanley ( MS) and Goldman Sachs ( GS), which rose dramatically during the rally. Zachary Karabell said it isn't necessary to feel bullish or optimistic to feel that the market has room to roam. Adami said Federal Express ( FDX) stands to benefit from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's comments over the weekend on "60 Minutes" that the recession probably will end this year, with the recovery beginning in 2010. Terranova said the Fed is going to be printing a lot of money, which will set up a reflation trade that will boost commodities and equities. Melissa Lee, the moderator of the show, noted that Alcoa ( AA) was down 11% in after-hours trading after it announced plans to cut its dividend to 3 cents from 17 cents to save $400 million.