After technology stocks helped a choppy market rise Tuesday, "Fast Money" traders debated whether some growth names were worth their cost.
The major U.S. averages closed the session higher, recovering from a lower open after Fed Chair Janet Yellen took a cautious tone on policy in an afternoon speech. Facebook, Microsoft and Netflix shares rose more than 2 percent each on the day.
After the gains, some traders wondered whether the stocks were too expensive, a worry many observers have expressed in recent months.
"This is a ridiculous multiple and a lot of competition," trader Tim Seymour said of Netflix, whose shares have soared 75 percent in the last year.