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Pops & Drops: Snap-on, Baidu, Western Digital and More

The Dow rose for a third straight week, capping a two-month period in which the index has ended 7 out of 8 weeks higher than where it started. Here's what stocks caught the traders' eye this past week:

POPS (stocks that pushed higher):

Snap-on (SNA) popped 2%: The stock made a 52-week high this week, said Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners. He thinks it has plenty of room to go higher.

Baidu (BIDU) popped 8%: The Chinese Internet play reported "tremendous" earnings showing their profit doubled, said Brian Kelly of Kanundrum Capital. It has a great fundamental story, but it has some gaps. He recommends waiting a few days and if the stock holds at $105 a share, he's a buyer.

Citrix Systems (CTXS) popped 3%: On a valuation basis, this stock is "very expensive here," said Steven Cortes of Veracruz. He likes its chart, however, and would be a buyer.

eBay (EBAY) popped 9%: This is a great stock, said Michael Block. He loves what it's doing with the balance sheet and its PayPal product, but it has to consolidate for a little while. Don't buy now, he said.

DROPS (stocks that moved lower):

Western Digital (WDC) dropped 4%: After reporting earnings this week, margins were not what was expected, said Guy Adami of Drakon Capital. He would hold.

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Trader disclosure: On October 22, 2010, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders; Guy Adami owns (AGU), (BTU), (NUE), (C), (GS), (INTC) and (MSFT). Joe Terranova owns (APA), (AAPL), (AXP), (C), (GOOG), (GS), (FCX), (IBM), (ISRG), (MCD), (MMM), (NKE), (ORCL), (PCP), (PEP), (PFE), (TBT), (UPL), (VRTS) and (XBI). Steve Cortes owns (K), (TSN) and the S&P 500. Cortes is short crude oil, gold, (RSX), the U.K. Pound.

For Joe Terranova:
Terranova is chief market strategist of Virtus Investment Partners, LTD.
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (ABAX)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (ALK)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (AMKR)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (CASS)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (CSVI)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (IGE)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (LDR)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (LPHI)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (MGRC)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (NRCI)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (DBV)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLB)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLP)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLY)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLF)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLI)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (XLU)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (SUBK)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (WDFC)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (YDNT)
Virtus Investment Partners own more than 1% of (DRYS)

For Guy Adami:
Adami’s wife works at Merck

For Brian Kelly:
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GLD)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GDXJ)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (SLV)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GPRE)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (ANDE)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (UUP)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own Swiss Francs
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short the U.K. Pound

MICHAEL BLOCK
***No Disclosures***

—The Associated Press contributed to this story

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