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Nvidia price target raised to $625 from $605 at Wells Fargo Wells Fargo analyst Aaron Rakers raised the firm's price target on Nvidia to $625 from $605 and keeps an Overweight rating on the shares. Rakers views Nvidia as remaining the strongest secular growth and platform story in semis driven by accelerating GPU server attach rates, the company's positioning for DPUs and an anticipated NVIDIA + Arm server CPU strategy. The analyst expects Nvidia to see continued positive GeForce RTX 3xxx-series product cycle through 1H21.
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OT: What is a Julia Set? The behavior of a complex polynomial P(z) (a polynomial of a complex variable z = a + bi, where i is the square root of -1) viewed as a iterated dynamical system is determined by an embedded chaotic repellor called a Julia set, after the French mathematician Gastow Julia who first studied these mathematicaly at the turn of the 20th Century (amazingly before the advent of computers). These are very beautiful as well as having many interesting mathematical properties. My doctoral dissertation in the mid-1980's was based on relating three quantities with a simple equation" The fractional Hausdorff dimension of the Julia set J, HD(J), the exponential expansiveness of the polynomial P(z) or Lyapunov exponent, lambda(P), and the randomness or entropy of the polynomial P(z), h(P): the equation is:
OT: Julia Set Zoom: Besides the fascinating mathematical properties of Julia sets, the advent of powerful digital computers and their graphical abilities enabled the study of the fractal properties via "zooms".