How to Get the Most Out of 2019’s Forecasts
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The forecast industry is not a healthy place for a company like Nvidia.
And while it’s still early days, it seems like every forecast is going to be a disappointment.
Nvidia is expected to see a 7% drop in quarterly sales.
Analysts are also worried about how the company will fare against Apple in the coming years.
But as the year moves on, the Nvidia team can focus on getting its stock price to where it needs to be to take full advantage of the market’s next big tech trend.
We take a look at some of the key forecasts for Nvidia that should be the starting point for anyone looking to make their investments.
Forecast for 2019 Nvidia’s forecast for 2019 is a lot less bullish than its 2016 forecast.
The company expects a 7.9% drop from $20,837 to $18,873 in revenue, while EPS will be down from $3.25 to $2.67.
But it’s important to remember that the forecast was only based on two quarters of data.
Nvidia says it expects to be in business for the full year, and that it will see growth from the current quarter to 2021.
Nvidia’s current forecasts show a 15% jump in EPS, while forecasts for 2021 show an 8.5% drop.
But even if the company’s predictions prove accurate, it’s hard to see Nvidia beating Apple in 2019.
AMD’s Forecast For 2019 AMD’s forecast is a bit more optimistic than Nvidia’s.
The analyst firm expects an 11% rise in sales for 2019, and it’s predicting that AMD will be the leader in the GPU market by 2021.
AMD also forecasts that the market for GPU performance will expand to be more than 30% of the entire GPU market.
AMD is also predicting a significant boost in the PC market, as demand will be driven by new gaming consoles.
AMD forecasts that GPU sales will grow from $890 million to $1.1 billion in 2019, up from $732 million in 2021.
But AMD isn’t expecting to hit $2 billion in revenues in 2019 alone.
AMD says that AMD is likely to experience strong sales growth, especially in the notebook market.
The firm also expects to achieve growth in GPU performance as it enters the next phase of its evolution, and will see solid growth in total GPU shipments for 2019.
Intel’s Foreview For 2019 Intel is forecasting that Intel will beat AMD in 2019 by $1 billion.
Intel says that it expects Intel to make a $1 trillion in revenue this year, while AMD expects Intel’s revenue to grow to $4.1 trillion, a gain of more than 40%.
Intel also expects that it’s the best-performing chip vendor in the industry this year.
Intel also forecasts a 15.7% rise from $14.2 billion to $15.5 billion in revenue.
But Intel’s forecast comes with some caveats.
The stock is trading around $1,200 a share, which is down from the $1 that it earned in 2018.
Intel is also forecasting that its sales are likely to be flat or declining for the year, as it focuses on delivering more chips in 2019 than it did in 2021, a situation that could hurt the chipmaker’s stock price.
AMD isn, of course, hoping to take advantage of Intel’s weakness in 2019 to take over the CPU market.
Nvidia isn’t so lucky.
Nvidia said that its 2019 outlook is a “more realistic outlook” than AMD’s because it’s already seen a 15-15.7 percent decline in sales.
AMD has already forecast a $10.7 billion loss, which will be nearly double Nvidia’s projected $2-3 billion loss in 2019 from 2021.
The forecast industry is not a healthy place for a company like Nvidia.And while it’s still early days, it seems…