|Bid||53.76 x 1800|
|Ask||53.77 x 1200|
|Day's Range||51.85 - 53.80|
|52 Week Range||27.29 - 59.27|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||2.17|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||126.29|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 27, 1995|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The buy-and-hold approach to the stock market generally isn’t a celebrated strategy among Reddit’s “Wall Street Bets” bunch, but more than a few glasses are being raised for one member of the meme-making trading community who claims to have made an absolute killing in recent years.
NRG Energy Inc.: NRG Energy is an integrated power company that produces, sells, and distributes energy and provides energy services in the U.S. NRG reported a 75% decline in net income on a 7% drop in revenue in Q1 2020, which ended March 31, 2020. Vornado Realty Trust: Vornado Realty Trust is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns office, retail, merchandise mart properties, and other real estate and related investments. The company reported a 48% decline in funds from operations (FFO) per diluted share for Q1 2020, which ended March 31, 2020.
Advanced Micro Devices stock has rebounded from the the coronavirus-fueled market sell-off recently. Here is what its fundamentals and technical analysis say about buying AMD stock now.
Chipmaking giant Intel has taken steps to right its ship after a rough 2019 that rocked INTC stock. But is Intel stock a buy right now? Here's what its earnings and stock chart show.
In advance of its earnings report on May 21, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock was generating significant interest from investors. The Covid-19 pandemic forced Americans to shelter in place. As a result, demand for video games -- and the devices that power them -- soared. And investors expected this trend would create surging demand for the company's graphic processing units (GPUs).Source: Hairem / Shutterstock.com Nvidia did not disappoint. The chip maker delivered results that should continue to power NVDA stock well into the second half of 2020 and beyond. For the second consecutive quarter, Nvidia's year-over-year growth was being powered by its artificial intelligence data-driven platform.This important development shows the company is seeing interest in its GPUs that cut across a broad spectrum of applications. In other words, a bet on Nvidia is no longer just about fun and games. It's about artificial intelligence and the applications that will be part of our connected future.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Nvidia Is a Three-Headed Monster of a CompanyNvidia has three core businesses. First, it manufactures chips for gaming consoles. But the company is also beginning to compete with Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) in data centers. And finally, the same chips that Nvidia is using to build data centers are powering the emerging autonomous vehicle segment. * 7 Cheap Stocks to Buy With Great Potential At the moment, the automotive segment of the business is on hold as automakers try to navigate cratering demand from the global pandemic. This means that, for now, research in the autonomous vehicle segment is stalled. There is some concern about how strong that demand will come back. However, Nvidia CFO Colette Kress believes that automakers will have no choice but to invest in the technology. "They have to. Or they'll be extinct," said Kress. Growth in Data Centers Is Catching Up on GamingRather than just slugging it out with Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) in the gaming space, Nvidia is making a direct push into the realm of data centers and as the company calls it "Smart Everything." In this new environment, Nvidia's signature GPUs are going to have new applications centering around 5G technology. These will include advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, and autonomous vehicles.One obstacle that Nvidia has been facing is the acceptance of its GPUs in data center solutions. Intel uses traditional central processing units (CPUs). This is still the more popular choice among business clients to the tune of $23 billion in revenue for Intel. And while both Nvidia and AMD are chipping away at Intel, they still only have a small fraction of the market.But according to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, graphic chips are now being seen as a core component in server architecture. "The notion of accelerating deep learning and machine learning using our GPUs is now common sense," according to Huang. The executive went on to state that data centers are now expecting a significant part of their operations being accelerated with GPUs. Work-From-Home Is an Additional Catalyst for NVDA StockFor years, there was a theory that the only thing keeping more workers from working at home was that the investment in equipment was too great. But due to the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses had no choice but to make that investment.And it seems that workers are liking it. Already notable companies such as Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Twitter (NASDAQ:TWTR) have announced many of their employees can work from home indefinitely.But while those companies get the headlines, a recent Gartner survey predicts that work-from-home is not going away. The company surveyed 229 Human Resource leaders on April 2. Almost half of the organizations surveyed reported 81% or more of their employees are working remotely during the pandemic. And approximately 15% of employers said that between 61% and 80% are working remotely.And according to Brian Kropp, chief of research for the Gartner HR practice, 41% of employees are likely to work from home part time. Said Kropp, "Ultimately, the COVID-19 pandemic has many employees planning to work in a way that they hadn't previously considered."For Nvidia this provides another opportunity to provide employees with computers that have the power to handle the demands of working from home. But this is really just the cherry on top of a very appealing sundae. While NVDA stock sports a gaudy price-earnings (P/E) ratio compared to its industry peers, the current catalysts should be sufficient to drive the stock higher.Chris Markoch is a freelance financial copywriter who has been covering the market for over five years. He has been writing for InvestorPlace since 2019. As of this writing, Chris Markoch did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner * The Huge Story for 2020 & Beyond That You Aren't Hearing About * Revolutionary Tech Behind 5G Rollout Is Being Pioneered By This 1 Company * The 1 Stock All Retirees Must Own The post Nvidia Is Showing Investors Itas More Than Fun and Games appeared first on InvestorPlace.
On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said he wouldn't buy Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (NYSE: TEVA). He explained that it's a generic drugmaker and those stocks are pretty awful in comparison to Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE: MRK), Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) and Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE: BMY).Instead of Oxford Industries Inc (NYSE: OXM), Cramer would rather buy PVH Corp (NYSE: PVH).Cramer likes Amgen, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMGN) and its new oncological franchise.He prefers Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) over Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC). He believes AMD will take some market share from Intel with its new chips.Cramer said the CEO of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) is doing a fantastic job against tremendous circumstances, but he doesn't see the investment in the stock as a diversification strategy.Cramer likes SpartanNash Co (NASDAQ: SPTN) a lot. He thinks that something must be going on and he sees the stock as a good one.He would sell a half of a position in Ingevity Corp (NYSE: NGVT) and let the rest run.See more from Benzinga * Cramer Weighs In On Beyond Meat, Canopy Growth, Penn National And More * Cramer Gives His Opinion On GW Pharma, Bed Bath & Beyond And More * Cramer Shares His Thoughts On Inovio, Raytheon And More(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Prior to 2017, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) was stuck. In the CPU market, AMD's products were vastly inferior to those of market leader Intel (NASDAQ: INTC). In the GPU market, NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) was overwhelmingly dominant.
While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the global economy, Netflix, Nvidia and ServiceNow are among 22 stocks expecting 25%-150% growth in 2020.
Advanced Micro (AMD) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Chip designers Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) and NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) have been crossing proverbial swords for decades. They form a nearly unchallenged duopoly in the market for computer graphics processors, and the same chips can also churn through other types of advanced math problems at impressive speeds.
The Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) has held up better during the coronavirus bear market than many of its broader benchmark peers, as investors have generally been optimistic about the prospects for the high-growth tech stocks that make up the bulk of the biggest companies that trade on the Nasdaq. Among the outstanding performers in the Nasdaq so far in 2020 have been NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). NVIDIA came into Wednesday up nearly 50% year to date, and AMD had been higher by 16%.
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Tractor Supply and StoneCo spiked, while banks led the Dow Jones, as stimulus packages in Japan and the EU helped trigger a premarket rally.
You're not imagining things. Computers are getting smarter every day.Artificial intelligence (AI) is a not-so-new technology that involves "smart" computers capable of demonstrating intelligence, usually through solving problems or learning. As the horsepower behind AI improves, the technology is able to perform increasingly complex tasks, from identifying new sales opportunities to steering vehicles. And that technology is driving the best AI stocks to strong outperformance this year, with many equities that either use or help power artificial intelligence boasting double-digit gains against a down market.In fact, you probably use AI every day, whether you realize it or not. Artificial intelligence powers personal assistants such as Alexa, Cortana and Siri. It also guides the search results you plug into your computer or smartphone, and it often helps determine the advertisements you see.It's an incredible investing opportunity, too. AI stocks are gunning after a market poised to grow from $10.1 billion in 2018 to $126 billion in 2025, according to estimates by emerging-technology research and consulting firm Omdia | Tractica.Here, we look at 10 of the best AI stocks to buy for investors in it for the long haul. Each stock has already outperformed considerably year-to-date, and the coronavirus outbreak still might rattle them in the short-term. But each also shows plenty of promise looking out to 2021, 2022 and beyond. SEE ALSO: 20 Best Stocks to Buy Now for the Next Bull Market
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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) has made strong inroads into the CPU processor market following the launch of the Ryzen series in 2017. Companies and tech leaders are also gravitating toward AMD, as its processors boast a superior price-to-performance ratio.More recently, Linux open source operating system founder Linus Torvalds has said he is ditching Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC), which was his processor for a one-a-half decades, and is switching over to AMD."In fact, the biggest excitement this week for me was just that I upgraded my main machine, and for the first time in about 15 years, my desktop isn't Intel-based," Torvalds said while announcing Linux 5.7-rc7 kernel. Torvalds said he's now using AMD Threadripper 3970x."My 'allmodconfig' test builds are now three times faster than they used to be," he said. Torvalds had earlier in 2016 expressed his desire for an ARM-powered laptop.The Ryzen Threadripper 3970X processor is based on the 7nm architecture, with 32 cores and 64 threads of simultaneous multiprocessing power, with 4.5 GHz max boost frequency and 144MB of combined cache.At last check, AMD shares were down 1.79% to $54.18. Intel shares were trading 1.71% higher to $63.32. Related Links:AMD Analysts Eye Valuation, PC Risks, Intel Competition After Q1 Report Why BofA Says AMD, Nvidia Are High-Quality, High-Beta Stocks In A Volatile Market Photo by WhiteTimberwolf via Wikimedia. See more from Benzinga * Here's How Long It Took Nvidia To Reach A 0B Market Cap * Nvidia Analyst Says New, Ampere-Based Data Center GPU Makes Chipmaker 'Unassailable' * AMD Analysts Eye Valuation, PC Risks, Intel Competition After Q1 Report(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) is showing no signs of slowing down despite the adverse impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on businesses and economies around the globe. According to Mercury Research, AMD held 4.5% of the server processor market at the end of 2019. There are rumors that the chipmaker is aiming to attain 10% market share in server CPUs (central processing units) by the end of 2020 -- and seems to be making solid progress toward its goal.
Dow Jones futures surged as vaccine hopes fuel the hot coronavirus market rally. Apple, Google are breaking out. Tesla and AMD are near buy points.
One of the biggest winners in the semiconductor space over the past few years has been Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). The CPU and GPU designer had long been an also-ran in the chip space, with minimal market share relative to CPU leader Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and GPU leader NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA). Look no further than AMD's stock price relative to the market for the last five years as evidence of its renaissance under CEO Lisa Su, who took over in 2014.
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Futures pared losses as Dr. Anthony Fauci said Moderna vaccine data was hopeful. Despite Thursday's fall, the market rally is up solidly this week. Alibaba and Nvidia earnings easily beat.
Investors of chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are having a difficult year. Shares have “only” appreciated by 23% so far in 2020. But long-term holders are used to these kinds of gains - and more - considering 2019’s best-performing stock added 156% of muscle last year. However, Rosenblatt Securities analyst Hans Mosesmann implores investors not to lose hope and sees more upside in the cards. Of course, this is all said in jest, but really, what is so compelling about AMD? Mosesmann has the answer. “At the end of the day, the AMD story is more than just x86 CPU share gains, it's about accelerating computing dynamics that are secular in nature, in which the company is executing near-flawlessly. We continue to favor AMD shares on powerful and secular trends; plus, the gravy coming from the Street's reluctance or allergy to the possibility of AMD's continued success to traditionally more powerful competitors,” the 5-star analyst noted. The market gains are no coincidence, then. Over the last few years, AMD has considerably closed the gap between itself and those “traditionally more powerful competitors,” - CPU nemesis Intel and GPU adversary Nvidia. Behind the success is a strong product roadmap that has helped AMD secure “several collaborations and design wins.” These include being the sole supplier of GPU technology for Apple’s discrete GPU solutions as well as Microsoft and Sony’s use of its GPU technology in game console designs. On top of this, AMD has collaborated with Samsung, which uses its designs and IP in mobile devices, Google on its Stadia product for cloud gaming and Microsoft on its Azure for cloud services.Oh, how about winning two out of three U.S. supercomputer deals (Frontier and El Capitan)? And the cherry on top of this chip-flavored cake? An AMD CPU has made its way into Nvidia's new AI system, the DGX A100. What does it all mean for investors, then? Mosesmann has a Buy rating on AMD shares to go along with a $70 price target, which implies nearly 28% upside from current levels. (To watch Mosesmann’s track record, click here) The rest of the Street, though, has a more measured view. Based on 14 Buys, 10 Holds and 1 Sell, AMD has a Moderate Buy consensus rating. With an average price target of $56.43, the analysts forecast upside potential of a modest 3%. (See AMD stock analysis on TipRanks) To find good ideas for stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.