A choppy session for stocks Thursday left some "Fast Money" traders searching for stable plays.
U.S. markets rose to start the day after the European Central Bank announced it would cut its main interest rates and expand its bond-buying program. But stocks eventually fell as investors digested the news and a fall in oil prices, ending the day mostly lower.
In a low-rate environment, U.S. Treasurys look "pretty attractive," said trader Guy Adami. The yield on the benchmark U.S. 10-year note traded around 1.93 percent Thursday, rising after the ECB's decision.