CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk reacts after the organization’s initial public offering in the NASDAQ marketplace in New York June 29, 2010Brendan McDermid | Reuters(This story is for CNBC Pro readers only.)Technology darlings are shareholders’ ticket from their coronavirus recession but a number of the titles left Wall Street’s expectations for them from the dust. High-flying names such as Tesla and Apple have ignored beyond their 12-month price predictions from Wall Street, which may indicate the stocks have conducted too far. The Nasdaq Composite has been poised to shut above 11,000 for the very first time Thursday and is upward 23% this year as investors pile into tech stocks to direct them from this depths of the coronavirus marketplace rout. Names which form the index such as Tesla and Zoom Video have jumped this yearup 255% and 300%, respectively. CNBC screened for stocks one of the Nasdaq-100 (composed of the largest non-financial titles at the Nasdaq Composite) who have over-run their own 12-month price targets. This usually means the recorded stocks have drawback to their price according to the average estimate from Wall Street companies. Have a peek at the listing here.