"The genius of Apple is they make people feel like they're compelled to own their product," said Adami, chief market strategist at Private Advisor Group. "Everybody makes a cool phone, everybody makes the little tablets now, and they're all pretty much the same except there's still a cache associated with Apple."
Adami added, "If you just believe in the pattern recognition that I've looked at, then the next leg to me is up to $150 [a share]."
"Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan, co-founder of RiskReversal, said he thinks investors should purchase Apple around $110 a share. "I think there's a floor, and they will always buy stock aggressively," he said.
Fast Money trader Tim Seymour said he sees Tesla as a great energy and technology play. "It's not about the incentives, but it really is about what's going on with the whole utility business," Seymour said, adding that the company's stationary storage ventures will be key.
When it comes to trading Juniper Networks, which fell 3 percent on Monday, Nathan said it's still a buy as "you probably have a pretty long entry in that gap somewhere below $27."
Pandora fell 1 percent on Monday, but Seymour said the drop "is almost an affirmation that things are getting better there." He pointed to its local business as a potential catalyst.
On the other hand, GoPro shares rallied about 6 percent Monday after it announced its latest camera. "It feels to me like it's got its mojo back," Seymour said. "For this stock, I think there's still tailwinds…"