Wall Street expects NVIDIA Q2 earnings of $1.97 per share and revenue of $3.65 billion. In the same period last year, earnings per share were $1.24 billion and revenue was $2.58 billion. NVIDIA’s share price has soared, up 60% in the past six months and 96% year-on-year, compared with 0.22% and 4.4% in the standard & Poor’s 500 index. Five consecutive quarters of better than expected results, investors are more optimistic about the growth of NVIDIA graphics card market. Graphics card is not only used in video games, but also in data center, automatic driving, artificial intelligence and other fields. In addition, NVIDIA is one of the main beneficiaries of this public health event. The social isolation and work from home environment are driving the growth of NVIDIA’s two core businesses, data center and gaming. < / P > < p > NVIDIA’s gaming business has always been its largest source of revenue, but significant changes are expected in the second quarter. Analysts expect data center revenue to be $1.72 billion in the second quarter, compared with $1.4 billion for games. < / P > < p > Rosenblatt analyst Hans mosemann expects NVIDIA’s second quarter results to be better than expected. The acquisition of mellanox, a chip factory, is an important milestone. It is expected that the revenue from mellanox will account for 12% of the total revenue, making a great contribution to the growth of the data center. < / P > < p > as for the game industry, mosemann predicts that “there will be a low single digit growth every quarter” driven by public health events and online sales channels. The closure of retail stores will offset some of the growth. < / P > < p > mosemann also expects NVIDIA’s automotive business to drag down overall growth. NVIDIA management has predicted that the business will decline 40% month on month. < / P > < p > looking to the future, mosemann expects NVIDIA’s excellent performance to continue and expects NVIDIA to achieve “medium single digit month on month growth” in the next quarter. < / P > < p > mosemann reiterated his purchase of NVDA shares and set a target price of $500. That means the stock still has 8% room to rise. < / P > < p > 26 Wall Street analysts gave the stock a “buy” rating, three analysts gave a “hold” rating, and one analyst gave a “sell” rating. Overall, the market gave the stock a “strong buy” rating, with a target price of $415, which means the stock is down 9% in the coming year.