|Bid||19.6700 x 800|
|Ask||19.6800 x 2900|
|Day's Range||18.9700 - 19.9700|
|52 Week Range||9.0400 - 34.1400|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||5.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||68.39|
|Earnings Date||Jan 28, 2019 - Feb 1, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||24.17|
With the Dow down more than 600 points on Monday, the Nasdaq is beginning to feel some of the pressure of selling. Yahoo Finance’s Melody Hahm, Brian Sozzi and Dan Roberts discuss what’s happening.
The High-Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), the number one market leader in high-performance computing (HPC)1, today announced a joint collaboration to build and deliver for HLRS a next-generation supercomputer, 3.5 times faster than its current system2. The upcoming system, which HLRS has named Hawk, will be the world’s fastest supercomputer for industrial production3, powering computational engineering and research across science and industrial fields to advance applications in energy, climate, mobility, and health.
At SC18, AMD (AMD) is showcasing the impact of AMD EPYC™ Processors and AMD Radeon Instinct™ GPU accelerators in the supercomputing industry with new customers and new products. “It’s been a fantastic year in the supercomputing space as we further expanded the ecosystem for AMD EPYC™ processors, while securing multiple wins that leverage the benefits AMD EPYC processors have on HPC workloads,” said Mark Papermaster, senior vice president and chief technology officer, AMD.
Wall Street analysts are bullish on NVIDIA’s (NVDA) long-term growth potential and have therefore given the stock “buy” recommendations. According to a Barron’s article dated October 25, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Vivek Arya lowered his price target for NVIDIA from $360 to $300 after its GPU (graphics processing unit) rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) reported weak earnings and guidance due to a fall in crypto-related GPU sales and high retail channel inventory. AMD’s weak earnings suggest that NVIDIA’s gaming business will likely also report weak earnings in the second half of its fiscal 2019.
New York, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 13, 2018 / It was a rough day for tech stocks on Monday with the overall market dragging them down. The year's best performing stock AMD saw losses as high as 11% yesterday with rival NVIDIA also tanking. NVIDIA Corporation shares closed down 7.84% on about 15.4 million shares traded on Monday.
Not long ago, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) traded at close to $300 a share in October. With that in mind, investors are wondering, what’s in store for NVDA stock after the company reports earnings on Thursday, Nov. 15? At 31 times earnings, investors are in no mood to face any lowered expectations from Nvidia management.
The stock market was angry on Monday, sending tech stocks spiraling lower and putting a significant dent in the S&P 500 and Dow Jones. It’s leaving many investors wondering whether we’re going to retest the October lows or whether buyers will step in to buoy the markets. Of note, we have five top stock trades to watch to start the week.
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices is the best-performing tech stock of the year, up 85 percent so far. AMD competitor Nvidia also suffered a steep drop. Advanced Micro Devices AMD , the year's best-performing technology stock, got pummeled Monday as the entire tech sector took a nosedive.
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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. ( AMD) shares posted dramatic gains between April and September 2018, more than tripling in price into a 12-year high in the low $30s. The stock then got cut in half into late October, undermined by a broad-based decline that dropped the PHLX Semiconductor Index (SOX) to a 52-week low. This stock is no stranger to feast and famine-like price action, carving three parabolic uptrends since the end of the 1990s.
NVIDIA (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have high ROEs (return on equity) of 52.2% and 43.3%, respectively, as they are delivering higher income on minimal investment. Such efficiency attracts investors. However, investors also consider a stock’s value to ensure they buy it cheap, when its future growth isn’t already priced in.
Intel (INTC) has replaced Qualcomm (QCOM) as Apple’s supplier of the modem chips used in iPhones. The latest iPhones, which were unveiled in September, use Intel’s modem or wireless chips. Intel’s filling Qualcomm’s shoes at Apple resulted in its modems business growing 131% YoY (year-over-year) in the third quarter.
So far, we’ve learned that NVIDIA (NVDA) has significantly expanded its profit margins by leveraging its same GPU (graphics processing unit) architecture across various platforms. The move helped it overtake chip giant Intel (INTC) in terms of operating and gross margin in the second quarter of fiscal 2019. NVIDIA’s higher margins were the result of higher revenue, a higher ASP (average selling price), and operating leverage.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. hosted an event in San Francisco on Election Day that was more political rally than product update, with such an upbeat and confident feel that Lisa Su could have emerged wearing a red “Make AMD Great Again” hat.
After a 27% decline in October, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock recovered in November. The stock increased 20% in the first five trading days. The stock rose 4% on November 6 when its EPYC server CPUs (central processing units) were selected by Amazon Web Services (AMZN). There’s growing adoption of EPYC by major cloud companies including Baidu, Tencent, and Microsoft Azure.
Most stocks have been thoroughly shaken and stirred since early October, and a long-overdue corrective move finally took shape. Not even the bluest of the blue chips have been immune. The Dow Jones Industrial Average still is off its record high from a couple months ago, and several Dow stocks still are vulnerable to more selling. The initial shellshock has started to fade, however, the smoke is clearing and some stocks are recovering. Smart investors are now weighing the impact and searching for opportunities. Some Dow Jones stocks may have more downside to dish out, but a handful of these iconic names are looking oversold, undervalued and ripe for a rebound sooner than later. Remember: Corporate earnings have never been better, and consumer confidence is as high as it's been in years. Clearly something is going right. Here's a look at five Dow stocks that may have more ground to give up before they hit bottom, and two industrial-average components that may already be buys at current prices. But a note: Most of these "stocks to sell" are merely in short-term trouble. A sizable pullback from any of them could ultimately turn into a buying opportunity. SEE ALSO: 12 Vulnerable Stocks to Watch on Market-Wide Weakness
NVIDIA’s profit margins expanded in the fourth quarter of 2017 as it witnessed strong demand from crypto miners, creating a GPU (graphics processing unit) supply shortage and increasing GPU prices. In the fourth quarter of 2017, NVIDIA’s non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) gross margin expanded to more than 62%, whereas its operating margin expanded to over 40% for the first time. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) didn’t report strong profit margins like NVIDIA did.
The data center is NVIDIA’s (NVDA) fastest-growing market. The company even expanded its total addressable data center market from $30 billion by 2023 to $50 billion by 2023 after adding an inference opportunity. NVIDIA’s Tesla GPUs power five of the seven fastest supercomputers listed on the TOP500 supercomputer list. NVIDIA’s GPUs and Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) EPYC server CPUs (central processing unit) have been selected for the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center’s next-generation supercomputer.