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Pops & Drops: Domino's, Capital One...

Following are moves you might have missed. Find out why shares of Domino’s Pizza and Capital One popped while Occidental Petroleum and Coldwater Creek dropped.

POPS (stocks that jumped higher)

Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) popped 5%. The world’s largest pizza delivery chain posted third-quarter earnings that exceeded analyst estimates. - I'm a buyer, says Steve Grasso.

Capital One (COF) popped 4%. The company said Monday night that earnings per share for the third quarter were about 50 percent higher than estimates. - I'm warming up to financials, says Steve Grasso, and I'd look at this one.

Parker-Hannifin (PH) popped 4%. The company said its fiscal first-quarter earnings tripled and it raised its full-year profit forecast, citing improving demand across its markets and record profit margins. - I like this one, says Karen Finerman.

Saks (SKS) popped 1%. Widely followed investor Diego Della Valle raised his stake in the company and investors followed. - It makes me wonder what Diego knows, muses Karen Finerman.

DROPS (stocks that slid lower)

Occidental Petroleum (OXY) dropped 6%. Despite reporting a 28 percent growth in profits investors ran for the exits due to commentary about low nat gas prices. - I'm short crude and not positive on this stock, says Steve Cortes.

Zumiez (ZUMZ) dropped 5%. MKM cut the stock from ‘Buy’ to ‘Neutral.’ - It's up 50% since Sept. 10th, reminds Pete Najarian.

Harley-Davidson (HOG) dropped 7%. Investors sold first and asked questions later after the company said profits tripled in Q3 but sales were stubbornly soft. - I can't get behind this name, says Brian Kelly.

Coldwater Creek (CWTR) dropped 35%. The women's apparel retailer forecast a surprise third-quarter loss saying its fall merchandise assortment did not resonate well with customers. - I don't like it going into year's end, says Steve Grasso.

Infinera (INFN) dropped 35%. The company forecast a weak fourth quarter on lower demand from customers in the second half of the year. - I think this may be worth a look, says Pete Najarian.

Packaging Corp Of America (PKG) dropped 4%. Results beat expectations but the company cautioned investors that wood and energy costs will be steeper. - If I was long I'd be a seller, says Brian Kelly.




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Trader disclosure: On Oct.19, 2010, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders; Grasso owns (ASTM), (BA), (BAC), (C), (CSCO), (JPM), (LPX), (MO), (MOT), (NDAQ), (PFE), (PRST); Cortes is short oil; Cortes is short gold; Cortes is short the Euro; Cortes is short (RSX); Cortes owns the S&P 500;Finerman owns (AAPL); Finerman & Finerman’s firm own (BAC); Finerman & Finerman’s firm own (JPM); Finerman’s firm owns (IBM); Finerman’s firm owns (SKS); Finerman's firm is short (IJR); Finerman's firm is short (MDY); Finerman's firm is short (SPY); Finerman's firm is short (IWM); Finerman’s firm owns S&P 500 puts; Finerman’s firm owns Russell 2000 puts; Pete Najarian owns (AAPL) call spread; Pete Najarian owns (BAC); Pete Najarian owns (CRUS); Pete Najarian owns (MS); Pete Najarian owns (YHOO); Pete Najarian owns (DO); Pete Najarian owns (DD); Pete Najarian owns (CNI); Pete Najarian owns (NOV); Pete Najarian owns (TEVA); Pete Najarian owns (NFLX) call spread; Pete Najarian owns (BMC) call spreads; Pete Najarian owns (AKAM) call spreads; Pete Najarian owns (RDN) call spreads; Pete Najarian owns (STX) call spreads; Pete Najarian owns (TSO) call spreads; Pete Najarian owns (LNC) call spreads

For Steve Grasso:
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Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (CUBA)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (GERN)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (HPQ)
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Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (PFE)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (PRST)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (RDC)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (TLM)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (XRX)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (SDS)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners are short (QQQQ)

For Brian Kelly
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GLD)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (GDXJ)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (TIP)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (SLV)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (REE)
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Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (PCL)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own (LPX)
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital own the Swiss Franc
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short the UK Pound
Accounts managed by Kanundrum Capital are short the Mexican Peso

For Rich Ilczyszyn
***No Disclosures***

For Anthony Scaramucci
Scaramucci and SkyBridge Capital own (DPS)

For Scott Nations
***No Disclosures***

For Paul Miller
***No Disclosures***

For Jordan Rohan
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. or an affiliate is acting as exclusive financial advisor to Rivals.com in its pending sale to (YHOO)
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. makes a market in (YHOO)
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. expects to receive or intends to seek compensation for investment banking services from (YHOO) in the next 3 months.