Q: On Fast Money’s trader radar we look at the stock that was lighting up screens across Wall Street. The company we’re watching right now gets its name from a poem written over 800 years ago during the Song dynasty. But now people just call it the “Google of China'' because it holds 60% of internet search share. The stock got a pop today after a Wall Street analyst said competition from the U.S. giant shouldn’t be a problem. Who is it?
A: On the trader radar today we’re watching Baidu.com. While it may be based in Beijing, this internet search engine was among the most-traded stocks on the Nasdaq today.Ooooops, not yet. Check back after 6pm ET for the answer or watch tonight's "Fast Money."