The "Fast Money" traders went Brexit bargain hunting, after markets continued to sell off on Monday on the heels of the U.K. voting to leave the European Union last week. Since the referendum vote, global stocks have lost $3.01 trillion in value.
Trader Guy Adami said that the sell-off is an opportunity to buy Honeywell, which just hit a new all-time intraday high of $118.53 last week. He said that assuming the market stabilizes here that Honeywell is an attractive option at its current multiple ahead of earnings.
Trader Dan Nathan said that investors should look at companies with secular tailwinds supporting them, like payment processing company Paypal, which is down 7 percent in the last week.
Trader Tim Seymour said he likes Priceline because the company profits from bookings in Europe. He admitted that while there could be some currency effects, online travel companies should continue to do well. Although the stock has shed more than 11 percent in the last week, the move is an "overreaction" because Priceline "dominates" its industry, Seymour said.
Trader Karen Finerman said she likes Facebook and that overall what's happening in the market is a "flight to quality names where there's still growth."