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AI stocks poised for substantial returns through 2030

VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES — Four artificial intelligence (AI) companies show strong potential to deliver substantial returns in the stock market through 2030 as AI technology expands across industries, according to analysts from financial services company The Motley Fool.

Palantir Technologies, known for its data analytics platforms used by U.S. government agencies, is well-positioned for significant upside. The company’s software platforms, leveraging AI and machine learning, are essential for data analysis and utilization. With over 50% of its revenue from government contracts and an expected 72% annual revenue growth, Palantir is positioned for huge returns.

Palantir’s AI capabilities are being used across industries like technology, engineering, healthcare, retail, and more. Specific companies named as using Palantir’s AI include professional services provider PwC, science and tech company Merck KGaA, Airbus, and Ferrari.

Chipmaker Nvidia, dominating 90% of the AI chip market amid surging demand, enjoys robust growth prospects despite recent stock gains. Its leadership in advanced computing, which is critical for AI, cements its status as a frontrunner.

Nvidia has invested in over 35 AI companies in 2023, up significantly from previous years. Companies like Mercedes-Benz, Cisco, cloud computing AWS, Microsoft Azure, and research company OpenAI also use Nvidia hardware and software to power their AI applications.

Meta Platforms’ dominance in social media, massive addressable market, and investments in AI to transform its ad business make it an undervalued rebound play. Though Meta faces near-term headwinds, its recovery outlook still makes a compelling case.

Meta planned to spend $33 billion in 2023 on “ongoing build-out of AI capacity” according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Over 41 companies worldwide have started using Meta’s AI for business intelligence, including TEKsystems, Deere & Company, and Facebook itself.

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), with its upcoming AI chip line, could disrupt Nvidia’s market share over time. AMD’s competitive pricing and long-term growth prospects make it a higher-risk, higher-reward AI bet worth considering.

AMD expects sales of its AI-powered graphics processing units to reach $2 billion in 2024. Major companies like Twitter, Google, Lenovo, Tesla, and more use AMD chips, especially EPYC data center processors, providing revenue opportunities in AI and other growth markets.

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