Fast trades: What to do with Twitter now

Twitter stock, down 45 percent from its December highs on the one-year anniversary of its IPO, might be worth a look at current levels, the "Fast Money" pros said Friday.

"I think the company's struggling with just how much they can scale this business," Tim Seymour of Triogem Asset Management said. "The question is how much growth do you need from Twitter."

Shares of Twitter closed down 1.3 percent at $40.31, below the closing price on its first day of trading, which was $44.90.

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On CNBC's "Fast Money," Seymour said the $36 to $40 range "becomes a very safe place.

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"I do think, actually, Twitter looks interesting," he added.

OptionMonster co-founder Pete Najarian said the volatility in the stock had been shaken out at this level.

"I think there's nothing but opportunity in the options to be able to participate if Twitter's going to get any kind of snapback to the upside," he said.

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Brian Kelly of Brian Kelly Capital said a critical article about Twitter CEO Dick Costolo in the Wall Street Journal signaled a bottom for the stock.

"It's the bottom, absolutely," he said, adding that in the $36 to $40 range, "I'd be buying."

Private Advisor Group's Guy Adami said Twitter stock looked interesting even though it could have more to slip.

"The market has a short memory because everybody hated the stock back in the spring as well when it traded down," he said. "I think you can own it, but I think it trades down to $38 first."