NVDA Stock Forecast: NVidia Driving Profits in Q2 2019

This article on NVDA was written by Clarence Toh, an Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • Partnerships with Microsoft and Volvo extends Nvidia’s presence in the gaming and transport industry
  • Strong Q2 earnings call gives Nvidia advantage over competitors
  • Several aspects of their business is showing immense potential of growth

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Week #33, 2019: Earnings Calendar

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NVDA Stock Prediction: Taking Their Punches And Rolling Strongly Ahead

This NVDA stock prediction article was written by Ari Herzog, a Financial Analyst at I Know First

Key Takeaways

  • Short-term risks, including its exposure to China as well as ambiguous GPU demand and uncertain positioning within the gaming sector, should not affect NVDA’s earnings more so than its semiconductor competitors
  • Nvidia’s footprint in major technological advancements including AI, autonomous vehicles, and data centers are strong long-term growth areas to point to
  • Over 40% drop in stock price since late 2018, with the price sitting near 2-year lows, signals a current buying opportunity
  • I Know First AI Algorithm keeps bullish NVDA stock prediction for long term

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NVDA Stock Prediction: Positioned for the Future

This article was written by Gabriel Rodan, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Summary

  • NVDA has had tremendous run in last few years but is down almost 50% from highs
  • Major pullback triggered by international trade fears and slump in cryptocurrency mining
  • Business core is GPU segment ($10.18 billion) but Tegra processors ($1.54 billion) have vast potential in AI sector

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Week #20, 2019: Earnings Calendar

Intel Stock Forecast: Intel Is Now More Affordable

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • We should exploit the big dip in Intel’s stock price last April 26.
  • INTC dropped by more than 8.99% due to the lowered guidance given during its Q1 2019 earnings report.
  • This stock now trades at $52 price range. This is a great buy-in window. Intel is still king of data center and server processors.
  • Intel’s abandonment of 5G smartphone modems can help it save a lot of money. The modem supply business was reportedly costing Intel $1 billion in annual losses.
  • In spite of the big dip in INTC’s price, I Know First’s stock-picking algorithm still gives it a slightly bullish one-year market trend forecast score of + 88.28.

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NVDA Stock Forecast: Why The $129 Jetson Nano Is An Important Tailwind For Nvidia

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology – Senior Analyst at I Know First.

Summary:

  • I Know First still touts a very bullish 12-month market trend forecast score of +345.89 for Nvidia’s stock.
  • This is in spite of NVDA’s 38.35% YTD price return.
  • This hyper-optimism of I Know First must be due to the undisputed leadership of Nvidia in GPU-centric  Artificial Intelligence hardware and platforms.
  • The recent launch of the $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit and $129 Jetson Nano Module likely made Nvidia the early leader in edge AI computing.
  • The Jetson Nano Module has current commercial/industrial applications. For example, this $129 Nvidia edge AI hardware can be marketed in the fast-growing training and video surveillance industries.

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Winning Stock Forecast: NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) Stock Returns 35.35% In 3 Months

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Last Year Problems

Nvidia shares had fallen significantly since September 2018. In August, Nvidia excluded the video card for mining from the company’s priorities, citing the negative dynamics of the cryptocurrency market and the decline in demand for graphics processors. Another reason of such decline was poor sales of graphics adapters based on the Turing and Volta architecture. They were too expensive for consumers, while game developers were not hurried to reveal the potential of new products.

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(Source: Finance.Yahoo)

3DMark Port Royal

Despite the poor sales of new GPUs and video cards for mining, the company continues to release new products

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