Fast Money Traders Share Their Thoughts On NVIDIA Corporation And Micron Technology, Inc.

On CNBC's Fast Money
, traders compared
NVIDIA Corporation
NVDA
and
Micron Technology, Inc.MU
to see which one is a better stock. Pete Najarian likes better
NVIDIA Corporation
because the company posted record numbers in Q4 and it is expanding in the automotive technology space, which means growth for Najarian. Brian Kelly is a buyer of
NVIDIA Corporation
because there is a new use for its chips. Steve Grasso also thinks that
NVIDIA Corporation
is a better stock. He explained that
Micron Technology, Inc.
is too dependent on DRAM prices and they haven't bottomed yet. He sees a lot of upside in
NVIDIA Corporation
because of connected car technology and because it is going to be a disruptor in the gaming world. Guy Adami thinks that
NVIDIA Corporation
is a better pick than
Micron Technology, Inc.
. He added that each pull back has been a buying opportunity.

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