Two unlucky stocks over the past month could be due for a rebound, traders say

CNBC's Trading Nation went on Friday, the 13th to find the most unlucky stocks on Wall Street.Despite the S&P 500 making its own records, Las Vegas Sands Sands, Global Payments Micron, Amazon, and Micron have not reached new heights. In fact, these five have plummeted in the past month.Some could see a rebound.Quint Tatro of Joule Financial said that the stock Micron Technology, a semiconductor, is best found here.Tatro stated Friday that there are times when stocks fall and they are clearly value traps. Then again, there are times when stocks drop and you can add to the position. I believe Micron is one such name.Micron shares have fallen almost 30% since April's peak. This is a much more dramatic decline than the 3% SMH semiconductor ETF drop. The shares have also dropped 10% over the past month."The stock was hit by reports that we're experiencing a peak of the memory chip cycle... This is someone who believes that we are reaching the top of computer buyers. He said that he does not believe this is happening.Morgan Stanley, for instance, stated Thursday that "winter" is upon the semiconductor industry and that it looked like the late cycle in the sector, which makes for a challenging background for future earnings growth.Tatro stated that the stock is trading at six times, not 16 times, forward earnings and that those earnings will rebound post-Covid around 100%. This is a name that has pulled down that you can buy on weakness. It's an amazing value.Craig Johnson, chief market technie at Piper Sandler, opted for Sin City to make his stock pick."We're searching for Lady Luck here and taking a look to Las Vegas Sands. Johnson stated the same thing during the segment.