NVIDIA

NASDAQ: NVDA
$554.70
+$20.07 (+3.8%)
Closing price January 21, 2021
Despite a sluggish growth rate over the past three years, BofA Securities is very positive on semiconductors for 2021. They feel the path is well paved for these five large-cap market leaders.
Semiconductor short sellers appeared to favor Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia in the most recent reporting period.
This past weekend, Chinese EV maker introduced its ET7 sedan, its challenge to Tesla's Model S sedan. The new EV uses a powerful new chip from Nvidia.
The question for many investors is whether semiconductor stocks can keep up this rally and keep the markets hitting all-time highs.
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A new Jefferies research report suggests the firm's forecasts for the semiconductor industry for the first half of 2021 could end up proving to be very conservative. Here are five picks for investors...
The November 30 short interest data have been compared with the previous report, and short interest ­­­in most of these selected semiconductor stocks increased.
The November 13 short interest data have been compared with the previous report, and short interest ­­­in most of these selected semiconductor stocks decreased.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Boeing, Citigroup, Cree, FuelCell Energy, Lowe's Companies, NextEra Energy, Nio, Nvidia, Shopify, Sonos, Square, Target, Uber and Yelp.
NVIDIA reported its most recent quarterly results after the closing bell on Wednesday.
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