Nvidia (NVDA)

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Postby winston » Sat Feb 24, 2018 8:21 am

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Why Nvidia (NVDA) Stock Is the Cheapest It's Been in Nearly a Year

by Ryan McQueeney

Over the last two years, NVDA has climbed more than 800%.

Adjusted EPS growth of 61% and sales growth of 41%.

NVDA is currently trading with a P/E ratio of 38.2.

Nvidia is now expected to witness adjusted full-year earnings of $6.34 per share in fiscal 2019, which would represent growth of nearly 29% on a year-over-year basis.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

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Top Undervalued Stocks to Buy No. 3: Nvidia Corp.

Nvidia’s major customers include General Electric Co.(NYSE: GE), Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM), and Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA).

Nvidia’s GPUs were traditionally used by people playing online computer games that required top-of-the-line computing power.

But NVDA stock didn’t really take off until investors realized the potential for GPUs to provide the computing power required to advance the fields of artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, and deep machine learning.

In addition, the increased popularity of cryptocurrency mining is also a boon for Nvidia’s GPU demand. As time goes on, mining cryptocurrency requires more computing power, and one of the most practical and cost-effective ways to increase computing power is to use more high-end GPUs.

Vice.com‘s Motherboard estimates global mining for Bitcoin uses as much energy as 821,921 American homes. And this is just the minimum power demand, not accounting for energy leakage. As a result, mining one bitcoin requires 5,000 times more energy than a single credit card transaction.

Since mining Bitcoin requires high-powered GPUs, buying shares of Nvidia is a safer way to play the cryptocurrency trend.

And that’s in addition to the company’s traditional gaming GPU business and newer artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, and deep machine learnings applications.

Shares of NVDA are up 142.85% in the last 12 months and 16% so far in 2018. Shares are currently priced at $246.40.

Nvidia has mostly returned to its pre-correction price, but the stock still has upside remaining.

Three different firms have a 12-month price target of $300 on NVDA stock. That implies upside of 21.75%.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:40 pm

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Go Long the Nvidia Corporation Dip Before It Closes

by Nicolas Chahine

Technically, NVDA around $215 per share has a pivot point. It served as a breakout line in January and has since served as support.

But after yesterday’s move, the stock could retest that level soon. Even if it fails, there’s a similar level around $185 per share.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:51 am

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Controversy Stocks to Buy: Nvidia (NVDA)

This Is Your Last Chance to Buy Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock

As you all know by now, Tesla shares are getting smoked in the markets. Due to a fatal accident involving a Tesla Model X, both traders and shareholders have been running for the exits. This is coming against the backdrop of an Uber driverless vehicle hitting and killing a pedestrian. Amid these alarming headlines, Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) backed out of autonomous car testing.

To be clear, NVDA’s sensory and self-driving systems were not in use during the fatal crash. Uber uses Nvidia’s standard GPU, but it does not use NVDA’s autonomous-driving systems. Both Nvidia and Uber have confirmed this.

Despite NVDA not being responsible for the fatality, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that:

There’s no question that everyone in the industry should pause…As soon as the news became clear to us we stopped. And the reason is that it’s good engineering practice. Whether you are using the highest level of engineering quality systems or the highest level of care, it doesn’t matter. If there’s an incident that happens and there’s a new piece of information you can learn from, then you pause to learn from it.”

These are not the words of a company which will continue recklessly and cause it’s own downfall. Nvidia’s actions are the opposite of controversial. Right now, the entire autonomous driving industry is facing a reckoning, and Nvidia is not shying away from it.

Plus, NVDA has so many other lucrative businesses. Their graphics cards represent the industry standard, critical for two burgeoning sectors: video gaming and cryptocurrency mining. Additionally, the company has incredible projects in business and marketing analytics, as well as data center innovations.

Yes, NVDA stock will be volatile in the nearer-term, but don’t overlook its many positives.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:43 pm

How Much Farther Will NVIDIA Corporation Stock Drop?

Nvidia stock might be close to bottoming out

By LUKE LANGO

Trade war fears hang over the entire market. For companies like NVDA that have a ton of exposure to China, those fears are very relevant.

Falling bitcoin prices? Only 6% to 8% of NVDA’s revenues are from cryptocurrency mining.

From a valuation perspective, I peg the fair value around $200. Thus, I’m not buying here and now. But I think near-term risks could drag the stock price down to my fair value, at which point I’ll become a buyer.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:40 pm

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Nvidia Corporation Stock Is a Cautious Buy At This Point

It’s time for bullish investors to rethink strategy in NVDA

By CHRIS TYLER

Bottom-line, after an incredible run and extraordinary price momentum, Nvidia’s high base count and rather tired looking stochastics has this strategist anticipating a much-needed healthy correction of perhaps 20% to 30% to reset NVDA, as well as put it in a stronger buying position for investors.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Tue Apr 24, 2018 1:52 pm

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Uptrend Stocks to Buy: Nvidia

Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) has been one of the market’s best performers. If you bought this name at the start of 2016 and forgot how to hit the sell button, you’d be sitting on a 600% gain in Nvidia. While the move has been extraordinary, we could be setting up for even more gains.

Looking at the charts, it’s pretty obvious that Nvidia has been struggling to eclipse the $250 mark. On three separate occasions this year, shares have rallied to this point only to fail and stumble lower.

Thursday’s 3% selloff could setup NVDA stock to retest the 100-day moving average and uptrend support that’s been in place for almost a year.

As much as investors would hate to see this level fail though, I would love to get a shot at NVDA near $200. At this level, it would have the 200-day moving average and decent support to hold it.

Just like January 2017 through May 2017, it’s good to see Nvidia digest some of its massive move over the past 12 months. If there are worries about waning demand due to cryptocurrency headwinds, then Nvidia stock could see a further decline — perhaps down to that $200 level we’re wishing for.

While this is one of the strongest uptrend stocks we’ve seen, remember it has massive gains over the past few years. Eventually a big pullback wouldn’t be a surprise. If $200 comes, it would be a 20% decline for the highs. I’d love to buy into its secular upside on a short-term selloff.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:51 pm

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Cutting Edge Stocks: Nvidia

The only real question about Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) is its valuation.

Nvidia is absolutely dominant in GPUs, where it has benefited from cryptocurrency mining and, more importantly, consistent growth in high-end gaming demand. And it has new opportunities in automotive applications and datacenter.

Indeed, it’s the datacenter opportunity that might be the most attractive for Nvidia, even if it gets less hype than the potential revenue and profits from self-driving cars.

Datacenter revenue rose a whopping 132% in 2017, according to the 10-K. Nvidia is benefiting from a growing market – but it’s also taking share from Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and holding off upstart Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD).

As far as fabless semiconductor manufacturers go, Nvidia seems to be best-in-class. That said, the market is pricing NVDA stock as such. NVDA trades at nearly 36x 2018 consensus EPS. That’s a big number for any stock – and downright huge in the traditionally cyclical semiconductor space.

But as I argued in December, Nvidia isn’t just another semiconductor stock. A massive Q4 beat, with EPS growth of 52%, shows the power of its increasing revenue and operating leverage.

And backing out $8 per share in cash, and using 2019 consensus, NVDA’s forward multiple comes down to a more reasonable 30x.

I thought coming out of the quarter that NVDA had a clear path to $250. Nvidia stock indeed hit that level, before pulling back.

At a current price around $225, a return alone – which is roughly equal to the average analyst target price – suggests 11% upside.

Given Nvidia’s technological dominance in key, growing, markets, I expect the long-term gains to be much, much higher.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:11 pm

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Why Nvidia’s Stock May Plunge Into a Bear Market

By Michael Kramer

The technical setup in the stock appears weak, with the stock breaking a key level of support at $218, which may signal shares of the stock are heading for a decline towards $191, a drop of about 11%.

Should that happen, it would result in the stock plunging into a bear market, with a total decline of nearly 25%.

The current RSI reading stands at 40, and the RSI would first need to fall below 30 before hitting oversold levels. This would suggest that there is the potential for shares to fall further.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Wed May 16, 2018 9:48 pm

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THIS 'PICKS AND SHOVELS' PLAYER SUPPORTS A POPULAR INDUSTRY

Today, we revisit a tech company that's supplying the hardware to a surging industry...

As regular DailyWealth readers know, "picks and shovels" businesses provide the essential tools and services that fuel sector-wide trends. For example, in a gold rush, it's safer to bet on a supplier of mining tools rather than an individual miner.

Right now, a leading supplier of the semiconductor industry is making reliable gains...

We're talking about Nvidia (NVDA). The $150 billion company makes graphics processing units ("GPUs") that are found across the board in tech devices – from Sony PlayStations, to Android smartphones, to Tesla's self-driving vehicles.

In 2018, worldwide revenue in the semiconductors sector is projected to increase nearly 8% to around $450 billon. And as of Nvidia's most recent quarterly earnings report, its revenue hit a record $3.2 billion – that's up 66% year over year.

This picks-and-shovels business has paid off for shareholders... The stock is up more than 80% over the past year, recently setting a new all-time high. As semiconductor growth continues into the foreseeable future, this uptrend should push higher still...

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