Rivian (RIVN) Analysts Cut Targets on Job Cuts

Analyst Lowering Target on Rivian Reflects Concerns Amidst Market Volatility

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Rivian, the electric vehicle (EV) startup has seen its fair share of volatility in recent months. Amidst the turbulent market conditions, several analysts have revised their target prices for Rivian downward, reflecting concerns about the company’s valuation and near-term prospects.

Wells Fargo & Company, one of the major financial institutions closely monitoring Rivian’s performance, has adjusted its target price from USD 18 to USD 14 while maintaining an “Equal Weight” rating. This downward revision signals a more cautious stance on Rivian’s stock, as Wells Fargo recalibrates its expectations in light of prevailing market conditions and industry trends.

Similarly, Piper Jaffray Companies has lowered its target price for Rivian from USD 21 to USD 15, aligning with a “Neutral” rating. This adjustment underscores Piper Jaffray’s concerns about Rivian’s valuation relative to its growth prospects, prompting a more conservative outlook on the stock’s performance in the near term.

Other notable revisions include Mizuho Securities, Evercore ISI, Robert W. Baird & Co., and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, all of which have reduced their respective target prices for Rivian. Mizuho Securities, for instance, has lowered its target from USD 30 to USD 24, while Evercore ISI has adjusted its target from USD 35 to USD 25, both maintaining their “Buy” and “Outperform” ratings, respectively.

The consensus among analysts appears to reflect broader apprehensions about Rivian’s ability to deliver on its ambitious growth targets amidst intensifying competition in the EV market and ongoing supply chain challenges. While Rivian has garnered significant attention for its innovative approach to electric vehicles and its potential to disrupt the automotive industry, concerns about execution risk and valuation have tempered investor enthusiasm.

Despite the downward revisions in target prices, some analysts, such as Needham & Company and D. A. Davidson & Co., maintain their bullish outlook on Rivian, albeit with revised target prices. Needham & Company maintains a “Buy” rating but has lowered its target from USD 22 to USD 18, while D. A. Davidson & Co. retains a “Neutral” rating with a target adjustment from USD 19 to USD 17.

Overall, the recent adjustments in target prices for Rivian reflect the complexity and uncertainty surrounding the company’s growth trajectory in the current market environment. As investors weigh the potential risks and rewards of investing in Rivian, the consensus among analysts underscores the importance of diligence and caution in navigating the volatile landscape of the

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