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24/7 Wall St. has picked out a handful of stocks that are the biggest winners from the pandemic thus far. Analysts are incredibly bullish on them all.
Jefferies is very bullish on these five semiconductor stocks. All are rated Buy and make great additions to aggressive growth portfolios.
Morgan Stanley's Tuesday report on semiconductor chips and processors was rather positive on some companies, but the firm also grew more cautious on others.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Alcoa, Apple, Broadwind, Cogent Communications, Intel, Micron Technology, Netflix, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Square and Zscaler.
Nvidia’s acquisition of Mellanox could be a game changer in its rivalry with AMD.
AMD is riding high on new product announcements and analyst likes, but trade tensions with China haven’t gone away.
What happens when rivals become partners? We're about to find out following AMD's announcement that two of its second-generation EPYC processors will be included in Nvidia's recently announced...
AMD is optimistic about the future, particularly the data center business, even if analysts don’t see much upside for the stock.
Nvidia has been a star performer in a strong semiconductor industry and may have still more upside after its Mellanox acquisition.
On Tuesday, AMD's chief financial officer laid out how the company plans to become cash-flow positive this year and generate a "significant amount of cash" over the next few years. Investors did not...
Four large-cap leaders semiconductor stand out and remain analyst favorites at BofA Securities. They remain good long-term holdings for more aggressive growth accounts.
Lisa Su was the highest paid CEO in 2019, with a $58.5 million package. She has positioned AMD for success in high-growth areas.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy the autonomous mobility company Zoox as it looks to automation to cut warehousing and shipping costs.
24/7 Wall St. has identified 10 stocks that have screamed higher since the panic selling levels in March. Their valuations are now considerably higher than what most of Wall Street's analysts have...
Nvidia stock has been hot throughout 2020, but can it continue its winning streak?