Amid increased market volatility, investors looking for value should keep their eyes on five stocks trading at a discount, CNBC's "Fast Money" pros said.
Microsoft has traded between $40 and $50 a share over the last year. "I think you probably buy it at $40 and sell it at $50," Dan Nathan said.
"There's been a premium built in to Microsoft over the last year since Nadella took over," he said. Nathan noted that there's a lot to be optimistic about, but urged investors to be mindful that it is tied to the turbulent PC market.
Tim Seymour said he sees upside potential in the aerospace products manufacture United Technologies. "Granted China could get worse… but I think these guys are turning the ship after what was a selloff that was even kind of pre-China," he said.
But if you really want to know when the China-driven selloff is over, keep an eye on Apple.
Once investors start pilling in on Apple, it means they "fundamentally believe that maybe iPhones are going to surprise," to the upside because everyone has factored in that China, where the iPhone gets most of its profit from, is really hitting a wall, Steve Grasso said.
"Maybe they will surprise us. Maybe it's not the watch, maybe it's Apple T.V. as people are suspecting. … But if the story has fundamentally changed than you just gotta sell Apple and I don't think we're there yet," he added.
Brian Kelly is betting on Goldman Sachs to weather the current market storm because "they are gonna be the ones to benefit from this market volatility. "On this list, Goldman Sachs is the way to do it, at least, for the next couple of months," he said.
Cisco is a Dow stock that you buy at a discount, while it's near 52-week lows, Brian Kelly said.
"Here is a Dow stock that trades at 10.5 times next year's expected earnings [with a] 3.25 percent dividend yield [and] half that market cap is in cash here," Kelly said, citing the company's recent management changes as additional tailwinds.