"There have been bets to the upside all the way to the $29 and $30 strike," OptionMonster.com's Jon Najarian said.
Najarian also noted another positive indicator for Facebook shares: "Insiders were not selling."
Not only did CEO Mark Zuckerberg announce that he wouldn't be selling shares for a year, but rank-and-file employees also held on to the stock.
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"When they're in there saying, 'I'm not going to sell. This stock is way too cheap. I like what we're doing here,' that tells you a lot about how they think the company will be doing over the next six to 12 months," Najarian said. "I like this thing to continue higher."
Trader disclosure: On Nov. 27, 2012, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC's "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders: Terranova is long VRTS, VZ, XOM, DELL, GLW, SWN, AAPL, TJX; Weiss is long BAC; Najarian has long call spreads on AAPL, JPM, WMT, FB, DE, DDS; Najarian is long GLUU, CME, CBOE; Najarian owns short puts on GLD, SLV, AGQ; Kinahan is long BAC, C, WFC, CSCO, YHOO, SBUX, FB, MSFT.
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