Nvidia Case Study

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After years of frustrating performance, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NYSE: AMD) appears to have turned the corner and is a hot commodity on Wall Street. It is one of the largest suppliers of PC microprocessors and graphics processors worldwide to computing original equipment manufacturers. The company’s main product lines include desktop, notebook and graphics processors, and embedded/semi-custom chips.
Last year the company released its first major offering in five years, the Ryzen chipset, which many feel is uniquely positioned to compete with the big players like Intel and NVIDIA in the $50 billion total addressable market for personal computers, gaming, artificial intelligence and servers. Baird noted this in the report:
Ryzen is shipping into PCs and represents another meaningful
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But I view this dip as a great buying opportunity.
When you consider Nvidia is at the forefront of artificial intelligence and factor in its superior fundamentals and ability to reward shareholders, it’s easy to see why NVDA stock could climb to $300, or more than 50% higher from current prices, in the New Year.
Clearly, Nvidia is my top tech pick for 2018.
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