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Global Cannabis Applications Corp, formerly Fundamental Applications Corp, is a Canada-based designer, developer, marketer and acquirer of innovative mobile applications. Its applications, used in approximately 25 countries, facilitate the evolution of conversation by like-minded people in a digital environment. The Company is managed by digital industry experts and is focused on global expansion and providing user experience in each target market. Its mobile platform Citizen Green is a platform dedicated to the digital world for all things cannabis; its mobile platform Foro is a peer-to-peer mobile ecommerce student marketplace; its mobile platform Opinit is an application that enables users to socially share their favorite online sentiment driven content; its mobile platform Truth is a one-to-one anonymous messaging application.

Closing Price
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Volume:
6,200

10-day average volume:
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6,200

Nvidia stock closes up 4% as analysts say data-center growth 'has some room to run'

4:48 pm ET August 19, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Wallace Witkowski

After another record quarter, Nvidia forecasts more growth especially in server chips that are 'key to the stock,' and more than half of analysts tracking the company increase price targets

Nvidia Corp. shares closed higher after a Thursday rally as more than half the analysts who cover the chip maker hiked their price targets following the company's record quarter and forecast for more new highs based on data-center gains.

Nvidia (NVDA) shares finished up 4% at $197.98, following an intraday high of $204.95, while the PHLX Semiconductor Index closed up 0.8%, and the S&P 500 index gained 0.1%. Nvidia shares last closed at a split-adjusted (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nvidia-plans-first-stock-split-in-nearly-14-years-after-1-600-plus-in-gains-11621625710?mod=article_inline) record high of $206.99 back on July 6, and are up 63% over the past 12 months.

For more on today's market action, see Market Snapshot (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/dow-futures-drop-over-300-points-as-selling-gathers-pace-after-fed-minutes-11629364540)

Nvidia forecast revenue of $6.66 billion to $6.94 billion Wednesday, above Wall Street estimates at the time, and said that the "lion's share" of the $500 million increase will come from data-center sales (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nvidia-earnings-top-street-view-with-record-data-center-gaming-revenue-11629319196). That follows new records for total, gaming and data-center revenues that Nvidia reported for the quarter.

What many analysts picked up on is that demand for graphics processing units (GPUs) for cryptocurrency mining didn't factor that much into the outlook. That came as a relief to analysts, who noted a lower crypto risk compared with 2018 when a fall in cryptocurrency values prompted many miners to sell their gaming card-powered rigs, flooding the market with secondhand cards.

Full earnings coverage:Nvidia reports record data-center and gaming revenue, but supply constraints still a concern (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nvidia-earnings-top-street-view-with-record-data-center-gaming-revenue-11629319196)

Nvidia broke out sales of its Cryptocurrency Mining Processors (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nvidia-releasing-dedicated-crypto-mining-product-amid-shortage-of-gaming-cards-11613678848?mod=article_inline), or CMPs, which are intended to divert mining demand away from GPUs made for gamers and not expected to be material in revenue gains.

Data-center sales took up much more of the attention from analysts, however. Bernstein analyst Stacy Rasgon, who has an outperform rating on the stock and raised his price target to a $230 from $180, said that while "the company is having absolutely no trouble continuing to crush gaming," Nvidia's data-center story "still feels like it has some room to run."

"The data-center story is really coming into its own now, with a sizable inflection in the near term and with prospect for the segment to equal, and potentially exceed, gaming in the not-too-distant future," Rasgon said.

For more: Nvidia's ARM acquisition is stalled, and there's a deadline with more than a billion dollars at stake (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nvidias-arm-acquisition-is-stalled-and-theres-a-deadline-with-more-than-a-billion-dollars-at-stake-11629338962)

Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse, who has an outperform rating and a $250 price target, called data-center sales a "key for the stock."

"Data Center revenues were guided to accelerate in 3Q off a very strong comp based on strength across hyperscale and vertical customers, training and inference applications, and compute and networking technologies -- the democratization of AI workloads continues to be a front and center theme here, and one we see Nvidia driving and benefiting from over for the foreseeable future," Muse said.

Cowen analyst Matthew Ramsay, who has an outperform rating and raised his price target to $220.00 from $176.25, said that the data-center acceleration was "the most important takeaway" from the earnings call.

"We expect sustainable data-center and gaming product cycles that should drive >50%+ organic growth for the company in F'2022," Ramsay said.

Jefferies analyst Mark Lipacis, who has a buy rating and raised his price target to $223 from $214, addressed the lower risk of another crypto-mining debacle.

Read: Crypto is reshaping the world economy, 50 years after Nixon ended the dollar's peg to gold. Here's how some are playing it (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nixon-reshaped-the-world-economy-50-years-ago-is-crypto-on-the-brink-of-doing-the-same-now-11628893012)

"We think crypto-miners are 1/10th the gaming GPU sales vs 2018," Lipacis said. "We continue to believe the risk of a crypto-driven gaming bust is low, and expect Nvidia's ecosystem moat and increasing software revenues to lead to additional upside surprises."

Of the 41 analysts who cover Nvidia, 34 have buy ratings, five have hold ratings, and two have sell ratings. Of those, at least 24 analysts hiked their price targets in response to the earnings and one lowered their target, according to FactSet. That resulted in an average price target of $219.23, up from a previous $204.24.

Nvidia that has become the largest U.S. chip maker by market capitalization at around $500 billion, larger than Intel Corp. (INTC), Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), and Micron Technology Inc. (MU) combined.

-Wallace Witkowski

	

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August 19, 2021 16:48 ET (20:48 GMT)

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