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Advanced Micro (AMD) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The cloud market has had its share of attention in recent years, with the COVID-19 pandemic bolstering the sector as thousands of companies moved to hybrid working styles. As a result, cloud giants enjoyed several quarters of winning over investors with double-digit revenue growth from their cloud platforms. Last year's economic headwinds have since slowed cloud growth for many companies as rising inflation forced businesses to trim cloud budgets.
Nvidia just announced its Grace CPU is in full production, a product that may compete against Advanced Micro Devices.
Revenue for the video games market is projected to hit $385 billion this year and continue expanding at a compound annual rate of 8% through 2027, according to the forecasters at Statista. While its growth may not be as significant as other tech markets like artificial intelligence (AI) or cloud computing, there's a never-ending supply of new video games, and the market for them has grown consistently over the long term. Adding a video gaming stock to your holdings can be an excellent way to instill stability in your portfolio, and there's no better time than the present to do so.
These companies have exciting developments on the way, with promising outlooks in AI and virtual/augmented reality.
Shares of semiconductor giants Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM), and Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) were all falling on Wednesday, down 5.2%, 3.7%, and 5.3%, respectively, as of 3:42 p.m. ET. None of these three companies had any company-specific news today, but one -- or actually, two -- of their main rivals reported earnings last night, casting a pall over any chip stock leveraged to the PC or server markets. Yesterday, both HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) reported earnings that disappointed.
The world has gone crazy over generative artificial intelligence (AI), and we have Nvidia's (NASDAQ: NVDA) financial outlook for the ages to thank for it. Fueled by rising demand for generative AI services like ChatGPT, Nvidia said its quarterly revenue is poised to skyrocket from $7.2 billion last quarter (the three months ended in April 2023) to $11 billion next quarter, and sustain at a similar level for the rest of this year. Growth like this from a company of such size is incredibly rare, and Nvidia is keeping its foot on the gas.
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HP Inc. is plotting an AI future as sales of PCs continue to be under pressure.
The semiconductor industry's long-term outlook is extremely promising, and top players in the space will likely deliver incredible returns for shareholders. Just take a look at the stock performance for Nvidia, one of the world's leading high-performance chip companies. Thanks to artificial-intelligence (AI) applications powering big growth for the company's data-center business, Nvidia's market cap is now in the range of $1 trillion.
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Recently, Zacks.com users have been paying close attention to Advanced Micro (AMD). This makes it worthwhile to examine what the stock has in store.
AI hype is in full bloom in the US stock market. And the biggest names in the market are doing the heavy lifting pushing stocks higher.
Nvidia debuted a host of new AI technologies on Monday, as the chip giant's stock price soared on a positive second quarter outlook.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to reshape a huge portion of the global economy. With the AI gold rush underway, the businesses that supply the picks and shovels required to harness the power of this cutting-edge tech stand to profit handsomely. Fellow chipmaker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) has garnered much of the headlines for its AI prowess.
Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) dazzled the stock market on Wednesday, posting better-than-expected results in its first-quarter earnings report and offering eye-popping guidance for the second quarter. Here, Nvidia did not disappoint. Data center revenue rose 14% from the previous year and 18% from the previous quarter to a record $4.28 billion, and Nvidia's management forecast accelerating demand for AI capabilities.
The chipmaker has a bright future, but some experts worry it has fallen behind the competition in AI.
Server shipments are an important market for semiconductor companies, but the current forecast might spell trouble.
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