Nvidia (NVDA)

Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Dec 19, 2019 10:35 pm

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THIS COMPUTING GIANT WILL POWER SELF-DRIVING CARS

Today, we're looking at a company in the early stages of a powerful tech trend...

Regular readers know we love finding big trends to invest in. For instance, the auto industry and other players are investing billions to develop self-driving cars. They use powerful computer chips that perform several hundred trillion operations every second... analyzing road conditions, traffic, and other hazards. That brings us to the leader in this space...

Nvidia (NVDA) is a $140 billion computer-chip designer. It focuses on chips that serve high-demand uses, like computer servers, gaming devices... and self-driving cars.

For now, demand is declining in Nvidia's existing segments. But as automakers buy more pricey chips for autonomous vehicles in the next decade, the market expects sales to take off.

Just this week, Nvidia introduced a new chip system, which it anticipates will be incorporated into 2022 self-driving models.

NVDA shares have soared nearly 60% over the past year to a new 52-week high. As cars gain more self-driving capabilities, Nvidia is well-positioned to benefit...

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Dec 26, 2019 9:41 pm

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Nvidia Corporation (NVDA)

With Nvidia, we start getting to the large end of the semiconductor industry.

At $146 billion, Nvidia has nearly triple the market cap of AMAT, and is an industry leader in the graphics processing unit segment.

Nvidia’s GPUs are marketed to both the gaming and professional industries. The company is also heavily invested in the data center segment.

Nvidia’s solid foundation in the gaming market – its GPUs are popular among gamers who need fast processors for a smoother play experience – gives it the base it needs for solid market performance.

The company reported Q3 results in November, and beat estimates on both revenues and EPS. The top-line number came in at $3.01 billion, besting the $2.91 billion estimate. EPS, at $1.78, beat the forecast by 21 cents.

These numbers are down year-over-year but are trending upwards. Share prices are up, and NVDA has gained an impressive 79% this year.

NVDA’s Smart Score analysis comes out to a 9, a high score indicating outperformance ahead for the stock. In addition to the bullish blogger and news sentiment, NVDA adds very positive investor sentiment. Individual investors have increased their purchases of this stock in both the last 7 and 30 days.

Aaron Rakers, 5-star analyst with Wells Fargo, recently reiterated his Buy rating on NVDA and boosted his price target to $270, for a 13% upside. In his comments on the stock, Rakers wrote, “Nvidia's data center gross margin is likely to be into the low/mid-70% range, 10 points above the corporate gross margin.”

He added, “We maintain a positive view on the strategic positioning / future leverage of NVIDIA's pending acquisition of Mellanox (close in early-2020).” (To watch Rakers’ track record, click here)

Nvidia shares sell for $238.56, and the average price target is $239. This leaves the stock with a minimal upside of 0.39%, an artifact of recent share gains that have pushed the stock right up to the target.

The stock’s Moderate Buy consensus rating is based on 29 analyst reviews from recent months, which include 22 Buys – but also 6 Holds and 1 Sell.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Fri May 15, 2020 1:36 pm

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Nvidia Corporation (NVDA)

Nvidia brought in $10.92 billion in fiscal year 2020, which ended in January.

The company found support in its market-leading reputation as a supplier of high-end graphics processing units (GPUs). These key components in professional and gaming computing systems see consistently high demand, and Nvidia’s expertise in the niche makes its products doubly valuable.

Nvidia has firm customer bases among professional designers, data centers, and gamers, and saw earnings grow sequentially and beat expectations from 1Q19 through 1Q20.

The company’s most recent quarterly results, for its fiscal Q4 2020, showed $3.11 billion on the top line, and $1.54 in EPS.

Looking ahead, Nvidia is expected to report $1.36 in EPS in fiscal 2021 Q1. This is in-line with previous forecasts for Q4, and will also represent a 102% year-over-year increase.

Covering NVDA stock for Rosenblatt Securities, 5-star analyst Hans Mosesmann likes the forward prospects for the company, writing, “We expect the April quarter to be driven by a more than normal seasonal decline in gaming and a seasonal decline in the OEM segment offset by strong q/q growth in the data center segment…

For the July quarter, we see the bias is toward slight upside to our sales estimate of growth of low- to mid-single digits on the heels of data center strength…”

As the bottom line, Mosesmann says, “[We] continue to believe Nvidia is setting the AI compute pace and is performing well in the discrete notebook GPU market.”

In line with his optimism, the analyst puts a Buy rating on NVDA shares. His $340 price target suggests a 10% upside over the next 12 months. (To watch Mosesmann’s track record, click here)

Wall Street agrees that Nvidia is a Buy proposition, but appears to be more cautious than Mosesmann. The Strong Buy consensus view on the stock is based on 20 ratings, including no fewer than 17 Buys, along with 2 Holds and 1 Sell.

The average price target is conservative, and at $318.35 implies just 2.3% growth potential from the current share price of $311.20.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby behappyalways » Fri May 22, 2020 2:23 pm

Nvidia data-center sales top $1 billion for first time, earnings beat expectations
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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Jul 09, 2020 9:28 pm

THE 'CLOUD' NEEDS POWERFUL COMPUTER CHIPS

Today's chart shows a tech company that's part of an incredible uptrend...

The modern world relies on powerful computer chips, and every new innovation demands faster processing. From computer servers that store a fast-growing volume of data on the "cloud," to self-driving cars that must interpret and react to traffic conditions, these semiconductors are everywhere. Today's company creates some of the best...

Nvidia (NVDA) is a $250 billion semiconductor designer. And when companies need maximum computing power, they turn to its cutting-edge designs. This week, Alphabet (GOOGL) announced it had bought some of Nvidia's newest, most advanced chips for its Google Cloud service... an upgrade that will support intensive scientific and artificial intelligence projects.

Even amid the coronavirus pandemic, Nvidia's sales topped $3 billion in the most recent quarter – a 39% gain year over year.

NVDA shares have surged roughly 150% over the past year and just hit new all-time highs. As computing demands continue to rise, Nvidia will remain in a good position to take advantage...

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Fri Sep 04, 2020 10:26 pm

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Nvidia’s New 30-Series GPUs a Possible Headache for the Competition; Analyst Says ‘Buy’

On Tuesday, Nvidia’s (NVDA) launched its new PC gaming GeForce graphics processing units, the 2nd gen GeForce RTX 30 Series – the 3090, 3080 and 3070 GPUs— all based on the company’s Ampere architecture.

The PC gaming market numbers 1.5 million gamers, over 20 million live streamers, additional millions of media content creators, and a global audience for eSports events of over 500 million.

Overall, there’s plenty of support for Nvidia on Wall Street. 24 Buys, 4 Holds and 1 Sell coalesce to a Strong Buy consensus rating. However, the average price target comes in at $546 and implies shares will remain range-bound for now.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Tue Oct 06, 2020 11:07 am

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Nvidia: It's Time To Grow Up

by Mark Hibben

Summary

The troubled Ampere launch betrays a lack of maturity.

The naive approach to the ARM acquisition is unlikely to gain regulatory approval.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Sun Oct 18, 2020 7:57 pm

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Buy the Next Dip in This Red-Hot Stock

by Nicolas Chahine

There Are Extrinsic Risk Factors

The future is uncertain from two perspectives.

The first is the novel coronavirus, because we still do not have a vaccine for Covid-19.

The second uncertainty comes from the election.

With this uncertain future, know one thing. If NVDA stock falls — for no fault of its own — there is a reason for you to catch the falling knife. I acted on this same argument earlier in September and saw shares rally almost 10%.

While so much negativity hangs on the world around us, it can be hard to be bullish.

However, at least with Nvidia, the bulls are in charge and will keep buying the dip. Know that NVDA stock has solid support through $465 per share.


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