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Stocks in the technology sector rose sharply in 2020, which led to the continuing bull market in 2021.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several tech companies have expanded. These three companies are the best tech stocks to buy now based on all this.
The price of The NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) moved up by $32.03 during the normal trading session on Thursday to trade at $298.01. NVDA stock has a trading volume of 115.36 million shares, which is high, compared to its average daily volume of 27.06M shares.
Wall Street analysts tracking the NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) stock on daily basis. Out of 42 analysts, 28 deeming the stock a Buy, and 6 gave it a rating of OVERWEIGHT. Another 6 recommended that NVDA is a HOLD, while 0 rated it UNDERWEIGHT and the 2 recommended SELL. If we look at the broader picture, the above ratings give the stock an average analyst rating of 2.00.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. kicked off the trading day on 11/04/21 with a price increase of 5.34%, equivalent to $6.97 relative change for the day. Taking a more long-term approach, AMD had a 52-week range of $72.50 to $130.60. At the time of this article’s publishing, this stock is trading at $137.50.
According to WSJ, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) obtained an estimated Overweight proposal from the 39 brokerage firms currently keeping a deep eye on the stock performance as compares to its rivals. 1 equity research analysts rated the shares with a selling strategy, 15 gave a hold approach, 18 gave a purchase tip, 4 gave the firm a overweight advice and 1 put the stock under the underweight category. The average price goal of one year between several banks and credit unions that last year discussed the stock is $136.22.
QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM) is priced at $156.11 after the most recent trading session. The stock price was reached a high price of $159.58, prior to closing the session it reached the value of $156.11. The stock touched a low price of $153.30.
Out of a total of 31 brokerages that are currently covering QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM) stock, the average recommendation is “Overweight” according to WSJ. 2 equities research analyst has rated the stock with an “Overweight” recommendation, 19 analysts have given this stock a “Buy” recommendation, 10 analysts have recommended that investors “Hold” this stock, and 0 analysts have given this stock a “Sell” rating and 0 suggested “Underweight”. Analysts’ average 1-year price target, among all the brokerages, is $186.36.