Nvidia Share Price Forecast 2023, 2025 and 2030
Nvidia (NVDA) finally made it to the $1 trillion market capitalisation club. Could its new $10,000 artificial intelligence (AI) chip be the driving force behind more growth?
In this 'Nvidia Share Price Forecast' article we go through the latest news on the company and what the analysts are forecasting for Nvidia in 2023, 2025 and 2030.
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Nvidia Share Price Forecast
Of 32 investment bank analysts providing a 12-month Nvidia share price forecast, 30 have buy ratings on the stock, 2 have a hold rating on the stock with 0 sell ratings. The highest target price for Nvidia's share price in the next 12 months is $600.00 while the lowest price target is $320.00.
Even though there are more buy ratings for the Nvidia share price forecast, it does not mean the share price will go up immediately. However, at the time of writing Nvidia’s share price was trading around $411.00.
This means the stock is still trading below the average price target for the Nvidia share price forecast. Interestingly, in April 2023, there were 7 hold ratings on the stock and 2 sell ratings. A lot can change in just one month when dealing with hot sectors such as artificial intelligence. The analysts who had sell ratings on the stock actually shifted their stance.
But what is the Nvidia 5-year stock forecast and where could Nvidia shares be trading in 2025 and 2030? To understand where the company could be trading in the long term, let’s first take a look at the fundamentals of the company.
Nvidia Share Price History
Nvidia has long been a darling among investors and hedge funds alike. More than 64% of the stock is currently owned by institutions with over $37.06 billion of institutional flows into Nvidia shares over the past 12 months and only $20.62 billion of outflows. There have been 2,550 institutional buyers over the past 12 months with 1,964 institutional sellers during the same time.
The company has been high on investors’ watchlists as it is a leader in providing graphic processing units that are used in gaming, electric vehicles and mining cryptocurrency. Even though the company has recently posted good earnings, it did not escape the stock market crash and market panic at the beginning of 2022 which has seen the stock fall nearly 40% from its record high in November 2021 to the end of January 2022.
However, 2023 has been a big year for Nvidia. In the first half of the year, the stock rallied more than 170% to join the $1 trillion market capitalisation club. In Nvidia's fourth-quarter 2023 earnings report, it posted earnings per share and revenue that beat analyst expectations. Revenue from its new AI chips dwarfed the revenue from its data centre business.
While there was a drop in gaming revenue this was largely attributed to an oversupply of chips from the pandemic period which is expected to normalise in the future.
Nvidia Shares Earnings History & Growth
To identify an Nvidia 5-year share price forecast one must look at the expected earnings growth for the company and then track how well Nvidia is achieving them. As the chart below shows, earnings for Nvidia are forecasted to grow in each quarter to 2024.
Nvidia Stock Forecast Analysis – Technical and Fundamental
Is Nvidia stock a buy? Will Nvidia stock keep going up? Why is Nvidia stock going down? These are common questions from beginner investors which can be difficult to answer. A more important question is where Nvidia stock could be trading in the long term. This helps to deal with any short-term fluctuations in the market where the price will go up and down.
From a fundamental analysis perspective, the recent earnings report shows that Nvidia is growing and that demand for its chips in the artificial intelligence sector is growing rapidly.
The long-term Nvidia price chart shown above, taken from the Admirals MetaTrader 5 platform, shows the big up trends and down trends that have developed over the course of its history. The big sell-off in the tech sector in 2022 has already been clawed back with Nvidia trading at record highs.
Investors may opt for a deeper pullback on the stock. However, the last major pullback in 2022 was largely due to rising interest rates which can make borrowing costs more expensive and hurt tech company profits. With interest rate hikes slowing and expected to fall at some point it could also help to support technology shares.
Ultimately, Nvidia's ability to outperform market expectations will be the true determinant of where the stock will trade in 2025 and 2030.
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FAQs for an Nvidia Share Price Forecast
What is the prediction for Nvidia stock?
Of 32 analysts providing a stock price forecast for Nvidia for the next 12 months, the highest price target is $600.00, and the lowest price target is $320.00 with an average price target of $464.85.
Is Nvidia a buy, sell or hold?
Of 32 analysts who have provided an Nvidia stock price forecast in the past 3 months, there are 30 buy ratings, 2 hold ratings and 0 sell ratings for the stock.
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