Join The Bull Run: 3 Top Stocks You Can’t Afford to Miss

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Some stars are brighter than others in the vast universe of the stock market, offering investors a trip through constellations of unheard-of growth and astronomical profits. Here is the trinity — a powerful trio whose paths converge at the intersection of market supremacy and a massive bull run.

First, see the galactic outburst, as the Data Center segment sets a new standard with a solid revenue boost, driven by the allure of state-of-the-art GPUs and CPUs. Next, watch the second one’s precise-choreographed cosmic ballet, which presents a symphony of expansion in production and delivery. Lastly, use the third one to traverse the digital universe. The Digital Media and Experience divisions shine brightly thanks to strategic collaborations and regular income sources.

However, behind the eye-popping figures is a story of scientific leadership and a fundamental edge. These celestial bodies have successfully tapped into the gravitational pull of consumer desire and creativity, directing their paths toward unmatched success. Explore these investment opportunities, where explorers and stargazers will be drawn to these three top stocks with enormous upside.


Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) logo in the building at CNE in Toronto. AMD is an American semiconductor company.

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AMD’s (NASDAQ:AMD) Data Center division sales in Q4 2023 were $2.3 billion. That indicates a significant 38% year-over-year (YoY) growth and a 43% sequential rise. The Data Center division had $6.5 billion in sales for 2023, a 7% YoY rise. Strong sales of 4th Gen EPYC CPUs and AMD Instinct GPUs were the main drivers.

Notably, there is a substantial market for AMD’s data center products, as seen by the YoY growth rates. AMD has significantly benefited from the surge in data centers’ demand for high-performance computing systems, as evidenced by its substantial quarterly profit increase. Moreover, in Q4, AMD’s client sector revenue increased significantly, hitting $1.5 billion, or a phenomenal 62% YoY gain. However, due to a downturn in the PC industry, client sector revenue fell by 25% annually from the previous year.

Lastly, the category’s revenue performance is notably sensitive to market dynamics, namely variations in PC demand, as seen by the stark differences between quarterly and annual sales. Therefore, AMD can seize market share and profit from advantageous product cycles, like the introduction of the Ryzen 7000 Series CPUs.

Tesla (TSLA)

Tesla (TSLA) supercharging station during the day.

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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) leads car deliveries and manufacturing with solid growth rates. That is based on the company’s operational edge and consumer demand. Tesla manufactured over 495K vehicles and delivered about 484K in Q4 2023. Furthermore, for 2023, production was boosted by 35% YoY to 1.85 million units. Meanwhile, vehicle deliveries increased by 38% YoY to 1.81 million units.

Fundamentally, Tesla’s production growth rate exceeds the industry average and signifies how well the company can scale its manufacturing processes. In detail, Tesla’s output has increased due to strategic investments in production facilities, technological breakthroughs and efficient supply chains. The company’s vertical integration and automation focus has also increased output levels.

Furthermore, the increase in deliveries highlights the robust market demand and consumer attraction for Tesla. Despite logistical difficulties and interruptions in the supply chain, Tesla uplifted the deliveries by a substantial margin.

Overall, Tesla’s increasing market presence, sharp marketing initiatives and expanding brand awareness led to the company’s delivery growth. The firm has effectively reached clients in many locations because of its excellent delivery operations and direct-to-consumer sales methodology.

Adobe (ADBE)

Adobe logo on the smartphone screen is placed on the Apple macbook keyboard on red desk background. ADBE stock.

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To begin with, the net new digital media annualized recurring revenue (ARR) for Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) reached $432 million in Q1 2024. That shows the rise in recurring income streams from subscription-based services. Similarly, the exit digital media ARR generated a substantial 14% YoY growth, reflecting strong client acceptance and retention.

Adobe’s Document Cloud sales increased by $750 million, +18% YoY. There is a strong growth in Acrobat Web usage and growing demand for Acrobat subscriptions across a range of client sectors. Moreover, there are progressive collaborations with leading tech platforms like Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Edge and Google (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) Chrome, which were the main drivers for this development.

Finally, Adobe’s Digital Experience business revenue reached $1.29 billion in Q1, a healthy 10% YoY gain. With 12% YoY growth, the segment’s subscription revenue of $1.16 billion highlights the constantly increasing demand. Thus, the Digital Experience segment’s primary growth is based on the momentum it has gained from its native applications and Adobe Experience Platform (AEP) and the high rate of client adoption.

On the date of publication, Yiannis Zourmpanos did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

Yiannis Zourmpanos is the founder of Yiazou Capital Research, a stock-market research platform designed to elevate the due diligence process through in-depth business analysis.

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