Stocks On The Move: Sprint, Alcoa...

Following are the days biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Sprint (S), Alcoa (AA) and American Axle (AXL) poppedwhile TiVO (TIVO) and Martha Stewart Living (MSO) dropped.

POPS (stocks that jumped higher)

Following are the days biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Sprint (S), Alcoa (AA) and American Axle (AXL) poppedwhile TiVO (TIVO) and Martha Stewart Living (MSO) dropped.

Sprint (S) popped 3%. Sprint gained after saying it will be the first carrier to offer Motorola's RAZR 2 handset. – Guy Adami thinks the stock might have turned.

Alcoa (AA) popped 2%. The aluminum giant rebounded after loosing more than a quarter of its value in the past month. – Eric Bolling likes this stock.

Usec (USU) popped 4%. The uranium producer remained the subject of takeover talk, even though Jefferies said the shares are too rich. - Eric Bolling says there’s speculation this company could be a takeover candidate.

American Axle (AXL) popped 7%. The auto parts maker rebounded after getting knocked lower in the recent volatility. – Guy Adami likes this stock.

Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) popped 6%. Ralph's back on the horse as the company is buying back stock following a profit warning last week that put the shares on the clearance rack. – Jeff Macke says sell RL and by Coach.

ValueClick (VCLK) popped 9%. JPMorgan upgraded the online advertising company, saying it had fallen too far in recent weeks. – Eric Bolling says buy VCLK on a dip.

Computer Sciences (CSC) popped 9%. The IT outsourcing company made the biggest move in the S&P 500 on virtually no news. – Eric Bolling says sell CSC.

Discover Financial Services (DFS) popped 6%. After being spun off from Morgan Stanley last month, has the credit-card issuer found its footing? Guy Adami says he likes American Express and Mastercard better.

1800FLOWERS.COM (FLWS) popped 3% even after Leroy Greer, a Texas car salesman, sues the online florist for $1 million after he gave his girlfriend flowers and they sent a receipt to his wife. – Jeff Macke says sell FLWS and buy Blue Nile.

Drops: (stocks that slid lower)

Countrywide Financial (CFC) dropped 4%. The mortgage lender continued to fall after a Barron's article said the subprime meltdown might keep getting worse. – Pete Najarian thinks this stock will continue to drop.

TiVo (TIVO) dropped 12%. The maker of TV recording devices lost part of a patent dispute with Echostar. Jeff Macke says avoid this stock.

Martha Stewart Living (MSO) dropped 8%. The domestic diva's company dropped after Sears-Kmart lowered their forecast. – Jeff Macke recommends Martha end her relationship with Sears.

DeVry (DV) dropped 10% after hours. The for-profit education company plunged because revenue missed The Street.

Briggs & Stratton (BGG) dropped 5%. The maker of lawnmower engines was cut down by an analyst downgrade. – Guy Adami says their earnings were atrocious.

Steak n Shake (SNS) dropped 13%. The fast-food chain slid to a new 4 year low after cutting its earnings forecast last week. After the bell today, the CEO quit.

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Trader disclosure: On Aug 13 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money
Macke Owns (EMC); Najarian Owns (EMC), (GS); Bolling Owns Japanese Yen Futures; Bolling Owns Gold Futures