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Nvidia

$139.61

-20.49 (-12.80%)

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Nvidia price target lowered to $190 from $240 at Benchmark

Benchmark analyst Gary Mobley lowered his price target for Nvidia to $190 from $240 after the company lowered its Q4 revenue and EPS expectations once again, now expecting revenues to come in 18.5% below prior guidance. The shortfall was attributed to more aggressive inventory clearing from the crypto mining bust and slower than expected sales of Nvidia's latest RTX 2K Turing GPU cards, he notes, adding that weaker-than-expected data center sales also contributed to the miss, likely pointing to slowing data center cap-ex, which several other chip companies have also pointed to. Mobley reiterates a Buy rating on the shares.

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NVDA Nvidia
$139.61

-20.49 (-12.80%)

01/14/19
EVER
01/14/19
NO CHANGE
Target $275
EVER
Outperform
Nvidia price target cut to $275 from $325 at Evercore ISI
Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse cut his price target on Nvidia to $275 from $325 and kept his Outperform rating to reflect lower multiples on gaming uncertainty, telling investors in a research note that the company continues to be a top idea into 2019. The analyst says he continues to see a path to $12-$13 earnings power into 2021 led by Turing Gaming cycle, continued dominance in Data Center Training and Autonomous Driving.
01/17/19
SBSH
01/17/19
NO CHANGE
SBSH
On Semiconductor stocks, Citi says 'time to step in'
Citi analyst Christopher Danely says it is "time to step in" to shares of Semiconductors. Although he expects another cut to consensus estimates, he believes it will be smaller than the cut following the October quarter. This should be good for Semiconductor stocks and would indicate a bottom is forming with the worst cuts behind us, Danely tells investors in a research note previewing the sector's Q4 earnings. Less bad earnings reductions will be viewed positively given the "poor sentiment and the second derivative is improving," says the analyst. As such, Danely expects the stocks to rally during this earnings season. Names in the Semi space include AMD (AMD), Intel (INTC), Marvell (MRVL), Microchip (MCHP), Micron (MU), Nvidia (NVDA), Qualcomm (QCOM) and Texas Instruments (TXN).
01/17/19
JPMS
01/17/19
NO CHANGE
JPMS
JPMorgan sees bottom forming in Semi stocks ahead of second half rally
JPMorgan analyst Harlan Sur expects most of the Semiconductor companies he covers to report December quarter numbers in-line with his and consensus expectations. The stocks should start to discount improving fundamentals in the first half of 2019 and should be accumulated on any further pullbacks, Sur tells investors in a research note. While the analyst anticipates another round of consensus estimate cuts in the January earnings season, he believes further share downside is limited since many of his stocks are down 25% from the peak in March/June of last year. In large cap stocks, Sur's top pick is Broadcom (AVGO) and he also favors Nvidia (NVDA), Intel (INTC), Maxim Integrated (MXIM) and Micron Technology (MU). The analyst's small cap top picks include Inphi (IPHI) and Mellanox (MLNX). In Semi Capital Equipment, Sur favors Lam Research (LRCX).
01/25/19
JEFF
01/25/19
NO CHANGE
JEFF
Buy
Nvidia removed from Franchise Pick list at Jefferies
Jefferies analyst Mark Lipacis removed Nvidia from his firm's Franchise Pick list but keeps a Buy rating on the shares.

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