Two big-name technology stocks have stumbled recently, and "Fast Money" traders on Tuesday debated whether they could recover.
Apple shares climbed Tuesday, breaking an eight-day slide driven by disappointing quarterly earnings, iPhone sales and guidance. Twitter's stock, meanwhile, fell 2.7 percent on the day, touching an all-time low during the session. The social media company also gave a weak outlook when it posted quarterly results.
Apple shareholder Pete Najarian said he bought more of the stock last week despite the company's struggles.
"I believe in the company, I believe in where the direction is," he said, adding that long-term investors may benefit from eventual expansion in places like India.