OptionMonster co-founder Pete Najarian provides options picks Monday, Wednesday and Friday in TheStreet.com's Deep in the Money Calls newsletter.David Russell, reporter for OptionMonster. BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Bearish trade on Fairchild Semiconductor Industries (FCS): The chipmaker opened lower after stalling at resistance, and one trader is positioning for a steeper correction. Bulls play Boyd Gaming (BYD) on breakout: Call buyers pile into the gaming stock it it breaks through resistance. Symantec (SYMC) rebound signaled amid shares fall: The stock continues to retreat but options traders think the tech will head the other way. MasterCard (MA) rise may be in the cards: The credit company has experienced quite a drop since its most recent earnings report. Traders are selling calls on Cimarex Energy (XEC): Cimarex Energy options are trading three times the average volume already this morning, as a trader is apparently calling a top. Bear takes aim at Target (TGT): A bear is gunning for the discount retailer as it pulls back from an 18-month high. Amkor Technology (AMKR) falls amid call selling: Shares of Amkor Technology are down sharply and while there's unusual options volume in the calls, it doesn't look bullish. Wednesday Pre-Market: Omnicom Group (OMC) bulls look for breakout: The ad agency has been consolidating after a run to its recent highs, and some investors are positioning for a breakout. Bunge (BG) bull extends position: The stock rallied yesterday, and one trader positioned for the grains processor to keep on moving. Kraft (KFT) top called: The price of Kraft Foods stock rocketed higher on Tuesday, but the big options trade was betting on a top. Hong Kong ETF viewed as range bound: On the heels of a notable bet that a leading China ETF will continue downward, one trader is playing shares of a Hong Kong fund with a strangle. ARM Holdings (ARMH) attracts bullish trade: The manufacturer of smart phone chips has broken out new highs, and one trader is looking for the stock to continue rallying. -- Reported by David Russell of OptionMonster in New York.