After another day of stock market pain, "Fast Money" traders looked for places to hide.
U.S. stocks dipped Friday, with the technology taking a particularly big hit. The three major averages have now fallen at least 7 percent each this year.
Amid those difficulties, though, some more defensive assets have received a boost. The price of gold futures, for instance, has ticked higher amid a flight to safety.
"There is certainly some panic out there in the street, and gold and silver is the place to be," said trader Brian Kelly.