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Nvidia stock can't keep climbing forever, according to DA Davidson analyst Gil Luria. The Wall Street veteran sees a decline of as much as 20% in Nvidia stock in the next few years. That trend will falter, Luria predicts, and he says he's anticipating a double-digit decline for the chip maker's stock within the next 18 months. Advertisement"My estimates for 2026 are the lowest on the Street," Luria said. AdvertisementLuria has warned of a long-term decline for Nvidia stock for months, though investors are still feeling pretty bullish.
Persons: Gil Luria, , who's, Luria, It's, Tesla Organizations: Wall Street, Nvidia, Service
The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached the 40,000 milestone level , but investors can still find inexpensive growth opportunities in the index. Shares currently have a forward P/E of 12.6, versus the stock's average five-year P/E of 17.8. The consensus price target on the stock indicates 14.2% upside from Wednesday's close. The stock's current forward P/E is at 27.6, slightly lower than its 5-year average of 32.1. Shares are trading at a 25.3 forward P/E ratio, relative to the 28.2 five-year average P/E ratio.
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The DA Davidson analyst has predicted as much as a 20% decline in Nvidia stock by the end of the year. Nvidia's largest customers could turn into competition as they develop their own AI chips, Luria warned. AdvertisementMost of Nvidia's business comes from its five largest customers, Luria said, which include Amazon, Meta, Microsoft, Alphabet, and Tesla. And while some of Nvidia's customers are stockpiling its GPUs, demand is bound to run out eventually, Luria previously told Bloomberg, as firms can only accumulate so many chips. AdvertisementLuria has among few forecasters who are bearish on Nvidia stock.
Persons: Gil Luria, Davidson, Luria, , BNN, That's Organizations: Service, Nvidia, BNN Bloomberg, Meta, Microsoft, Tesla, Apple, Bloomberg
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday: UBS reiterates Nvidia as buy UBS said it's standing by its buy rating heading into Nvidia earnings next week. Wells Fargo names Natera a top pick Wells said the fertilizer company is a new top pick at the firm. Morgan Stanley resumes Exxon as overweight Morgan Stanley resumed coverage of the stock and says it has "attractive growth at a compelling valuation." Morgan Stanley reiterates Palo Alto as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's bullish on shares of Palo Alto heading into earnings next week. Morgan Stanley names Dell a top pick Morga Stanley raised its price target on the stock and says it remains a best idea.
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Here are Thursday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs reiterates Sunrun as buy Goldman said it's sticking with its buy rating following earnings on Wednesday. " JPMorgan reiterates SolarEdge as overweight JPMorgan said it's sticking with its overweight rating following earnings on Wednesday. " Citi reiterates Airbnb as buy Citi said it's standing by its buy rating on shares of Airbnb following earnings on Wednesday. JPMorgan reiterates Instacart as overweight JPMorgan said it's sticking with its overweight rating on shares of Instacart following earnings on Wednesday. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America said it's sticking with its buy rating following data showing App Store strength.
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"We are initiating coverage of Samsara (IOT) with a Buy rating and $42 price target." Deutsche Bank adds a catalyst call buy on Estee Lauder Deutsche added a short-term buy rating on shares of the beauty giant. Bernstein reiterates Apple as market perform Bernstein said it's getting more "constructive" on Apple shares but is sticking with its market perform rating for now. "We are initiating coverage of AES with a Buy rating and $21PT. "We are initiating coverage on shares of Beacon Roofing Supply (BECN), a leading roofing products distributor in the United States, with a Buy rating and $135 PT."
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JetBlue Airways — Shares jumped 4.1% after JPMorgan upgraded the airline to neutral from underperform, saying it likes its turnaround potential. Barnes Group — The global industrial tech and aerospace stock jumped 9.3% after DA Davidson upgraded the company to buy from neutral, saying shares are attractive. Blackstone — The asset manager slipped 2.3% after lowering its dividend to 83 cents per share from 94 cents per share. Horton exceeded expectations in its fiscal second quarter, posting earnings of $3.52 per share on revenue of $9.11 billion. Elevance Health — Shares jumped 3.2% after the health insurance company posted an earnings beat and raised its full-year guidance.
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From late October through March, the S&P 500 enjoyed a virtually uninterrupted 27.6% rally based on better-than-expected earnings and economic data. And while it's still well below the dot-com bubble levels, it's still too close for comfort for many investors. Related story"Those higher rates are starting to push back on elevated valuations for stocks right now," Saglimbene said. "They're all much cheaper on an earnings basis than those Magnificent 7 companies," Saglimbene said. "So I think if we avoid a recession this year, the narrative will change to a broadening of companies and sectors that can participate in earnings growth this year."
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Without strong profit progress in the Q1 earnings season starting in mid-April, US stocks may surrender their 8.2% year-to-date gain. Loftier estimates, top-heavy earnings are reasons for worryFirms have a rather low bar to clear in the upcoming earnings season, as is often the case. The market's largest companies are disproportionately driving earnings growth in addition to stock returns, Goldman Sachs found. The Q1 earnings season begins in earnest on Friday as big banks share results. Early reporters have beaten earnings estimates by 13.5%, Golub wrote, which he added is more than double the typical rate.
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Barclays downgrades American Express to equal weight from overweight Barclays sees "limited upside" on valuation for the stock. Compass Point downgrades Wells Fargo to neutral from buy Compass sees a more balanced risk/reward for shares of Wells Fargo. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America says its survey checks show App Store growth increasing. Bank of America upgrades Ally Financial to buy from neutral Bank of America said the bank holding company has "credit leverage." Bank of America initiates Frontier a buy Bank of America said the wirelines and cable telecom company has "meaningful potential to outperform."
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Raymond James, Goldman Sachs, Tesla, Goldman, Wells, Wells Fargo, Jefferies, MNDY, Rosenblatt, TeraWulf, TD Cowen, William Blair, Cowen, it's, Wolfe, KBW, DA Davidson, Davidson Organizations: Cisco, Colgate Energy, Resource, Bank of America, Infosys, of America, Barclays downgrades, Express, Barclays, BMO, Realty Trust, Compass, LPL, Nasdaq, Jefferies, RBC, Molson Coors, TAP, Distributors, Google, GE Aerospace, GE, General Electric Company, Apple, Netflix, Frontier Communications, JPMorgan, Eagle Outfitters, Technologies, Steel, Japan's Nippon Steel, Nippon Steel, GOP, Trump, Nvidia Locations: Midland , Texas, Wells Fargo, Freeport, Pittsburgh
Analysts have become more bullish on six stocks from around the world this week, raising their price targets. The price target changes come ahead of the next earnings season covering the first quarter of this year. CNBC Pro screened for global stocks that have received price target upgrades from five or more analysts in the past seven days and have a potential upside of over 25%. MacroGenics Investment banks raised their price target for the biopharmaceutical firm MacroGenics this week, giving the stock upside potential of 83% over the next 12 months. Tuerkcan — one of the most cautious analysts on the stock — has a price target of $22, pointing to upside of 22% for the stock.
Persons: MacroGenics —, Silvan Tuerkcan, Peter Heckmann, DA Davidson, Jared Issacman's, Dan Dolev Organizations: Formula One, Hyundai Motor, CNBC Pro, Leerlink Partners, FactSet, Investment, DA, Visa, MasterCard, U.S, Mizuho Securities, Mar Locations: Korean, Rockville , Maryland, MacroGenics, York
"We are initiating coverage of SoFi Technologies (SOFI) with a BUY rating and a $10 price target." "Weighing Robinhood's Compelling New Product Roadmap Against a Now More Demanding Stock Price / Valuation." "As a result of higher revenue and Adjusted EBITDA estimates, we are raising our price target to $230 from $160 previously, and maintaining our MP rating." Wells Fargo reiterates Alphabet as equal weight Wells lowered its price target on Alphabet to $141 per share from $144. Guggenheim reiterates Disney as buy Guggenheim raised its price target on the stock to $140 per share from $125. "
Persons: Needham, SoFi, Baird, INFA, Piper Sandler, Piper, KBW, DA Davidson, ZETA, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, it's, Carlisle, Raymond James, Jones Lang LaSalle, Eaton Deutsche, Wells, it's bullish, Tyson, Guggenheim, Tesla, Riley, Gordon Haskett Organizations: SoFi Technologies, Ecolab Inc, Citi, Zeta Global, DA, Carlisle Companies, Deutsche Bank, Eaton, Fluence, Meta, PepsiCo, Argus, JPMorgan, UW, Tyson Foods Citi, UPS, Barclays, Amazon, Disney, Guggenheim, Deutsche, Holdings, Booking Holdings, Inc, Costco, Northland, WT Locations: Northland
"Royal Gold's valuation is now more compelling under our new commodity price assumptions and with modest relative underperformance of Royal Gold share price year to date." Citi reiterates Tesla as neutral Citi lowered its price target on the stock to $196 per share from $224 ahead of the company's delivery numbers in early April. We rate the shares Overweight." Citi reiterates Nvidia as buy Citi said it's sticking with its buy rating on shares of Nvidia. HSBC initiates Spotify as buy HSBC initiated the stock with a buy and said it's "hitting the right notes."
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Evercore, Raymond James, GoDaddy, BIL, Baird, Tesla Baird, it's, Wells, Mizuho, Cabot, OEC, Needham, DraftKings, Davidson downgrades Lowe's, UBS downgrades Linde Organizations: Western Digital, KBW, BMO, Royal, Royal Gold, Netflix, JPMorgan, Apple, Deutsche Bank, Citi, Visa, Marvell Citi, UBS, Disney, GE, Nvidia, AMD, HSBC, Spotify, Barclays, JetBlue, LIN Locations: Wells Fargo, GDDY, China, 473.3k
"We are initiating coverage of Legend Biotech (LEGN) with an Outperform rating and a price target of $86." Bank of America reiterates Super Micro as buy Bank of America raised its price target on Super Micro to $1,280 per share from $1,040. The firm has an outperform rating on shares of Boeing. We Initiate with a Buy rating and $15 PT." "We initiate coverage of IMVT with a Buy rating and 12-month price target of $50 (60% upside potential)."
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"Customers trust Microsoft more than OpenAI since they already buy Microsoft's ecosystem," a Microsoft AI researcher told BI. "Almost everyone I know is working on Copilot to a certain extent," the Microsoft AI researcher told BI. "It's too premature to assume this is going to be a race to the bottom on price," another Microsoft executive said. Some Microsoft employees work so closely with OpenAI that they have badges to get into OpenAI's offices, and some OpenAI employees can badge into Microsoft locations. Mistral models will be offered to Microsoft customers along with about 1,600 other models including Cohere and Meta's Llama.
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Here are Tuesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs reiterates Tesla and Rivian as neutral Goldman said further price cuts are needed for Tesla and Rivian. Morgan Stanley downgrades Sunnova to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley said in its downgrade of the solar company that it sees stock "dislocation." JPMorgan upgrades Sea Limited to overweight from neutral JPMorgan said the Singapore-based internet tech conglomerate is on an "upswing." JPMorgan initiates Amphastar as overweight JPMorgan said it's bullish on shares of the pharmaceutical company. JPMorgan initiates Metagenomi as overweight JPMorgan said it's bullish on shares of the biotech company.
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Citi reiterates Snowflake as a top pick Citi said Snowflake remains a top pick at the firm. Citi reiterates Micron as buy Citi said concerns about the stock underperformance is overdone and investors should buy the dip in top pick Micron. "We reiterate our Buy rating on Micron and maintain our price target of $95.00, above its historical average given the DRAM upturn and continued upside." "We are initiating coverage of Duolingo with a Buy rating and $222 price target (12x 2025 revenues)." Citi reiterates Nvidia as a top pick Citi said it's staying long shares of Nvidia.
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Morgan Stanley reiterates Target at overweight Morgan Stanley stood by its overweight rating on the department store owner. Morgan Stanley reiterates Salesforce as overweight Morgan Stanley said it likes the setup heading into earnings later this week. Morgan Stanley upgrades HashiCorp to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley said the software company has a compelling valuation. Morgan Stanley upgrades AvalonBay to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley said apartment REIT stocks like AvalonBay are '"cheap for a reason." Morgan Stanley upgrades Sun Country to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley said it likes the airline's business model.
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Here are Thursday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Macquarie downgrades Sony to neutral from buy Macquarie said it sees a more balanced risk/reward for the entertainment company. "With Sony near our target price and market expectations at risk given lacklustre FY3/25 guidance, we are downgrading to Neutral." Deutsche Bank reiterates Rocket Lab as a top pick Deutsche said it's standing by its bullish status on the space company. " Bank of America initiates Super Micro as buy Bank of America said the server and storage solutions company is an AI beneficiary. Bank of America reiterates Uber as buy Bank of America said it's feeling more bullish after the company's investor day.
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Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Thursday: Jefferies reiterates Walmart as buy Jefferies sees a $20 billion AI and automation opportunity for Walmart. Goldman Sachs upgrades Roblox to neutral from sell Goldman upgraded the stock following its earnings report and sees "margin momentum." Needham upgrades Disney to buy from hold Needham upgraded the theme park operator after its earnings report, seeing "strong" earnings per share growth. Morgan Stanley downgrades American Express to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley downgraded the credit card stock mainly citing valuation. Wells Fargo reiterates Disney as overweight Wells says it's standing by its overweight rating on the stock following earnings on Wednesday. "
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Jefferies initiates Sprout Social as buy Jefferies said the social media software provider is a market leader. Morgan Stanley names Huntington Bancshares a top pick Morgan Stanley said it likes the regional bank's low exposure to commercial real estate. Morgan Stanley reiterates Nvidia as overweight Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Nvidia to $750 per share from $603. Morgan Stanley downgrades Aptiv to underweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley said it sees slowing growth for the automotic tech company. Jefferies initiates ZoomInfo as buy Jefferies initiates the software data company with a buy and says it sees new customer growth.
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Here are Monday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs reiterates Nvidia as buy Goldman raised its price target on the stock to $800 per share from $625. "So, since our price target is > $135, we must necessarily believe that Tesla's OTHER businesses will emerge to drive upside. JPMorgan downgrades Mattel to neutral from overweight JPMorgan said in its downgrade of Mattel that the Barbie boost was short-lived for the toy company. JPMorgan reiterates Amazon as overweight JPMorgan said it's standing by top idea Amazon. " JPMorgan reiterates PayPal as overweight JPMorgan said it's standing by PayPal heading into earnings later this week.
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The new Goldman price target — which implies nearly 15.5% upside from Monday's — isn't even the highest on the Street. We're also raising our Club price target on Nvidia to $750 from $600. One of the lowest Nvidia price targets belongs to DA Davidson at $410 per share. NVDA 1Y mountain Nvidia's stock performance over the past 12 months. Nvidia's plan to release a new AI chip each year also adds to the sustainability of data center growth, the analysts argued.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, optimists —, — isn't, We're, Goldman, DA Davidson, Jim Cramer, TSMC, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Jensen Huang, Patrick T Organizations: Nvidia, Goldman, . Rosenblatt Securities, Microsoft, Amazon, Club, Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Devices, AMD, U.S, CNBC, Mobile, Fallon, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: China, American, Los Angeles
Bank of America upgrades Apple to buy from neutral Bank of America said AI and Vision Pro should drive upside for Apple. Bank of America reiterates Microsoft as buy Bank of America raised its price target on Microsoft to $450 per share from $430. Guggenheim reiterates Target as buy Guggenheim said Target is well positioned in 2024. Bank of America names Harley Davidson a top pick Bank of America said the motorcycle company is well positioned for 2024. " Bank of America reiterates ServiceNow as a top pick Bank of America said the stock remains a top idea for 2024.
Persons: KBW downgrades Charles Schwab, KBW, Mizuho, Robinhood, ., DA Davidson, Baird, Rivian, Wolfe, it's, Wells, it's bullish, Bernstein, Guggenheim, Piper Sandler, Tempur Sealy, TPX, CFRA, Harley Davidson, Oppenheimer, Morgan Stanley, Hertz, ServiceNow, Argus, Salesforce, Mike Blake Organizations: UBS, Netflix, Bank of America, Apple, of America, Nvidia, Semiconductors, Barclays, Red Rock Resorts, Vegas Locals, Microsoft, Guggenheim, Citi, JetBlue, Spirit, Costco, Piper, Palo Alto Networks, Paramount, Nasdaq, Hertz, Blackrock, Amazon, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, JPMorgan Locations: repurchases, Palo, Palo Alto, Southeast China, 1H24, Los Angeles
Here are Wednesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Citi reiterates Apple as buy Citi said it's standing by its top pick status on Apple shares. UBS downgrades Ford to neutral from buy UBS said it sees limited upside to estimates. TD Cowen downgrades Fisker to market perform from outperform TD said it sees too many growing pains for Fisker. KeyBanc initiates Rocket Lab as overweight Key said it sees upside for the rocket satellite company. "We initiate coverage on Rocket Lab USA (NASDAQ: RKLB) with an Overweight rating and $8 price target, reflecting ~50% upside."
Persons: Jefferies, Tesla, Elon, Ford, TD Cowen downgrades Fisker, JPMorgan downgrades Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley, it's, Christine Barone, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Davidson downgrades Teladoc, Key, Evercore, Wolfe, Piper Sandler, TGT, BURL, SolarEdge, Mizuho, William Blair, it's bullish Organizations: Citi, Apple, Huawei, UBS, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Bros, Rocket Lab, Lithia, Dealers, Susquehanna, JetBlue Spirit, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, EV, CART, Target, Barclays, Boeing, Airbus, Mizuho, Amazon, " Bank of America, Netflix Locations: China, 2Q24, 3Q24, Burlington
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