Nvidia's results surpassed estimates by $2 billion, impressing despite a 3.6% stock dip.

Exceeded Expectation

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Analysts praise Nvidia's resilience and strong performance despite a post-earnings stock dip.

Analyst Applause

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Analyst Matthew Ramsay maintains outperform rating, eyes potential expansion, sets $700 target.

TD Cowen's Positive Outlook

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Nvidia key in industry shifts toward acceleration and generative AI, earning praise.

Paradigm Shift

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Nvidia's AI business in China less relevant; compensations expected from other countries.

China AI Challenge

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Rosenblatt Securities' Hans Mosesmann lauds Nvidia's consistent delivery, maintains buy rating, sets $1,100 target.

Consistent Excellence

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Subdued market reaction due to expected exceptional performance aligning with Nvidia's track record.

Market Expectations

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Analysts discuss sustainability amid controversy, foreseeing a positive trajectory into 2024 and potentially beyond.

Debating Sustainability

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Bernstein's Stacy Rasgon addresses valuation concerns, deeming Nvidia's stock not excessively expensive.

Valuation Reassurance

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Worries of over-ordering leading to a sales decline in 2025 raised by some analysts.

Bearish Concern

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Analysts like William Stein and Joseph Moore remain optimistic about Nvidia's future growth.

Optimism Prevail

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Concerns that are addressed as analysts see Nvidia's potential for growth through year 2025.

Cyclical Downturn

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