Top Wall Street analysts are bullish on these stocks heading into the end of the year. While the semiconductor sector has been benefitting greatly from the shift toward data centers and a digital economy, Marvell Technology is poised to capitalize. The market volatility in recent weeks is enough to make even the most experienced investors worried.

Marvell is experiencing robust demand in "all key infrastructure markets" The company has raised its price target to $120 from $100. The company is working on new 5nm integrated circuit/merchant silicon solutions in 2H22. Marvell is a subsidiary of Texas-based Texas Semiconductor.

Mosesmann calls the stock a "favorite secular idea" The company sees a step up and incremental revenue from cloud optimized silicon design wins, he says. Financial aggregator TipRanks currently places Mosesmann as No. 6 out of more than 7,000 professional analysts.

Rivian Automotive's stock (RIVN) appears to have calmed down in volatility, and analysts are largely bullish. Daniel Ives of Wedbush Securities considers Rivian to be an "EV stalwart in the making," due to its trajectory in capturing a largely unpenetrated market.
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