Chip maker Nvidia's earnings of 44 cents per share on $1.31 billion in sales blew past Wall Street's estimates, according to FactSet. Travel website TripAdvisor fell short of analysts' projections with net income of 53 cents per share on $415 million in revenue.
While Nvidia soared 8 percent and TripAdvisor plunged about the same amount in after-hours trading, both may be worth a buy, traders said.
Nvidia's "outperformance cannot be ignored," said trader Steve Grasso, who noted the company should continue to grow its sales of connected car and home chips. Trader Dan Nathan agreed, adding Nvidia has thrived as an independent company despite a string of consolidation in the sector.
Despite its sales miss, TripAdvisor's revenue grew 17 percent in the quarter. It traded near $76 per share at its after-hours levels, and could be worth buying if it falls to $75, trader Guy Adami contended.
While investors should not rush into the stock, they could consider it on weakness, added trader Brian Kelly.
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