Shah Gilani picks out the best overlooked metaverse tech stock to buy now…
Garrett Baldwin's identified the best value stock to buy right now.
Meta might be the biggest name in the metaverse, but there are actually a lot of companies competing in this space and Meta is not our best pick here.
GlobalFoundries stock is going public on October 27 and will be listed on the Nasdaq under the ticker GFS.
The company is the self-proclaimed largest silicon wafer supplier that’s not dependent on China and Taiwan, but that doesn’t mean the business will be profitable.
The recent pullback presents the chance to own some of the best stocks at a discount.
So, while the Dow and the S&P 500 are both down 2% from their recent highs, it’s a good thing.
And today, we have three stocks that you won’t want to miss out on.
Michael A. Robinson says it’s time to buy more Nvidia stock right now – here’s why…
AMD and Nvidia are two of the hottest chip stocks on the market.
But if you can only buy one, there’s a clear winner.
Both Advanced Micro Devices (Nasdaq: AMD) and Nvidia (Nasdaq: AMD) are growing at a quick pace in 2021, thanks to the chip shortage that began in 2020.
So far, Nvidia is up 70% year to date.
And AMD has gained 45% since May.
This shortage pushed the cost of semiconductors higher and, in turn, drove the share price these companies higher.
But which chip stock is the best buy?
If Nvidia were just a semiconductor manufacturer, the stock would be overpriced.
Fortunately for investors, they are much more than a semiconductor company.
That's why our Nvidia stock forecast shows shares nearly tripling from here.
They're a growing tech company that could one day rival tech giants like Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN), Apple (Nasdaq: APPL), Alphabet (Nasdaq; GOOGL) and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT).
And that growth could see Nvidia stock jump 190% higher by 2025.
Analysts have aggressively raised their price targets for the high-speed computer chip manufacturer NVIDIA Corp. (NASDAQ: NVDA).
Vivek Arya, managing director at Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), bumped his NVIDIA stock price forecast from $800 to $900 this week.
Reasons included the adoption of Artificial Intelligence driving strong revenue growth at the NVIDA.
NVIDIA's data center sales could also triple over the next few years.
It's unusual for an investor day to make much news.
But Nvidia's was a different thing altogether.
Nvidia stock is soaring now, and the biggest gains are still in the future.