Jim Cramer -- Micron (MU), Marvell (MRVL) Could Rise on Increasing Chip Demand - TheStreet

Shares of Micron (MU) - Get Report are up roughly 2% Monday. Shares are up more than 36% over the past three months. 

Why is that? On CNBC's "Mad Dash" segment, TheStreet's Jim Cramer, co-manager of the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio, pointed to several analyst price target increases, notably at Deutsche Bank and Stifel. 

These analysts are realizing the stock was oversold earlier this year and have future catalysts to push up the stock, Cramer said. He cited the HP Inc. (HPQ) - Get Report conference call, where management talked about increased demand in chips including DRAM and flash. 

Micron sells both DRAM and flash and those have fixed costs, Cramer explained, meaning any increase in price falls right to the bottom line. That's why a boost in demand can give such a boost to the stock. 

Marvell Technology  (MRVL) - Get Report is another company that should benefit, Cramer said, adding that he likes that stock. Meanwhile, Corning (GLW) - Get Report  is one company that will benefit from increased demand for glass, he said. 

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