Some analysts raised their price targets on Nvidia. One of them had some valuation concerns, though.
Analysts at UBS increased their price target on the semiconductor company’s shares to $240 from $195, citing the company's 2020 product cycle and its multiple. The analysts are sanguine on Nvidia Ray Tracing graphics chip.
Deutsche Bank analyst Ross Seymore has a positive outlook on the company. However, he is still cautious about valuation. Seymore boosted his price target to $190 from $160, which is still below the company's nearly $208 closing price Friday. The analyst views tailwinds in NVDA's ability to address a wide range of rapidly growing sectors (artificial intelligence, data center, gaming, advanced driver assistance systems/audio-visual, etc.), and he expects optimism on these aspects to remain high heading into fiscal 2021. While Seymore expects that a solid guide may result in incremental upside to estimates, he also feels that much of the positive is already reflected in the shares. Deutsche Bank has a hold rating on Nvidia shares.