Nvidia (NVDA)

Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Wed Apr 05, 2017 5:56 am

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Is the Nvidia Growth Story Over? (NVDA)

By Michael Kramer

Shares are moving lower after Pacific Crest downgraded the stock to Underweight from Sector Weight.

According to reports, the analyst is concerned about signs of desktop saturation, lower margins from Nintendo and a slowdown in the NVDA datacenter.


At $102 is trading at a 2017 forward P/E of 31 and a 2018 forward P/E of 27. It's certainly not cheap for a company expected to grow EPS by only 15% from 2017 to 2018.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

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Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock Has Plenty of Growth Ahead

Nvidia is not just a graphics card supplier -- NVDA stock has other drivers

By Chris Lau

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Tue May 16, 2017 8:14 pm

A SOARING 'PICKS AND SHOVELS' PLAY IN TECH

Today, we'll check in on one of this year's top-performing stocks...

Regular readers know one of our favorite ways to profit off any trend is through "picks and shovels." These companies provide the tools, products, and services vital to the success of long-term trends. Today, we'll look at this idea in the semiconductor business...

Semiconductors power most of the electronics we use today. But they are expensive and difficult to make. So lots of big companies – like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft – outsource that work to other suppliers. One of the leaders in the space is Nvidia (NVDA)...

The company's computer chips are in everything from video-game hardware to cellphones. Nvidia is also at the forefront of several technological revolutions that may soon change the way we live (like virtual reality and self-driving cars).

Our colleague Dave Lashmet told his Stansberry Venture Technology subscribers to buy shares last year. Now, shares are hitting new all-time highs – and Dave's subscribers are up 145%. This is one picks-and-shovels play you'll want to keep an eye on...

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu May 18, 2017 1:42 pm

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The Nvidia (NVDA) Stock Bubble Is About to Pop

NVDA stock has risen in a way that even its own excellent fundamentals can't justify. A setback is nigh.

By Dana Blankenhorn

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:13 am

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Stocks to Buy: Nvidia Corporation (NVDA)

If you love the blockchain story but just can’t see yourself putting up $2,500 for a single bitcoin, Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) is a name to put on your stocks to buy list.

NVDA graphics cards, or GPUs, are incredibly popular with cryptocurrency miners. According to Engadget, “modern GPUs have enough general-purpose computing power to process money formats like Bitcoin much faster than a CPU alone.”

The problem is that standard GPUs aren’t purpose-driven for currency mining algorithms. So in response to the bitcoin craze, NVDA did what any company would do under the circumstance: create a mining-specific GPU.

Nvidia rival Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) has also jumped onboard the bitcoin bandwagon. Neither companies provided official confirmation about their mining GPUs. However, the broader takeaway is that cryptocurrencies are attracting significant attention from major players.

Furthermore, it’s not even bitcoin that provides the greatest opportunity for NVDA and other semiconductors. With a market capitalization exceeding $41 billion, the king of the cryptocurrencies is difficult and economically onerous to mine.

But today, hundreds of smaller digital coins are circulating across the internet. Undoubtedly, several currency miners looking to make a speculative buck will be lured by NVDA and their powerhouse GPUs.

Cryptocurrencies aren’t for everyone, but Nvidia is a proven company with exposure to an exciting growth industry.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:29 am

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Hold on to Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock if Tech Names Sell off

Markets fret over NVDA stock's valuations, but there's plenty of growth ahead

By Chris Lau

Nvidia is gaining strong traction with AI. DGX-1 is advertised as providing deep learning capabilities right out of the box.


The market expects Nvidia will grow sales by nearly 40% quarter-over-quarter.

Earnings per share growth of 12% over the next five years may give investors a reason to take a pause in the stock buying.

At an elevated P/E of 48x and a forward P/E of 41x, short-sellers are not lining up to bet against the company just yet. Short float stands at just about 5%.


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Postby winston » Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:40 pm

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Best Stocks of 2017: Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock Is Just Getting Started

NVDA stock has made a tremendous comeback, but that's just the beginning

By Louis Navellier

Last quarter, revenue soared 48% year-over-year to $1.94 billion, above the $1.91 billion consensus estimate. First-quarter earnings per share surged 85% year-over-year to 85 cents.


For the current quarter, analysts are calling for 36.8% sales growth and 72.5% earnings growth. For the whole fiscal year, the consensus estimate is for 19.5% sales growth and 20.2% earnings growth.

While NVDA stock has appreciated quite a bit, it still trades at about 40 times forecasted earnings.


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Postby winston » Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:01 pm

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Avoid Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock Despite Strong Business Momentum

Good business, bad stock for NVDA

By Bret Kenwell

Revenue grew almost 50%, while GAAP earnings soared 126%. Gross margins of 59.4% were higher by 190 basis points year-over-year (YoY).


NVDA is training 100,000 developers using its deep-learning products — 10 times last year’s count.


NVDA stock trading at 13 times sales. For reference, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) trade at about 3 times sales.

47x forward earnings is expensive.


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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:00 pm

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The High-Tech Darling

by Richard Robinson

For readers familiar with my StreetAuthority articles, one of my favorite investing strategies is to identify stocks at the beginning stages of a “mega-trend.” Once the trend is identified, the stock is purchased while it is still selling at a discount to its intrinsic value.

NVDA met such conditions in July of 2015 when the stock was trading at roughly $19 per share. Take a look at what the stock has done since then:

The stock’s recent closing price of $173 represents a stellar 810.5% return in just over two years. Now, you might ask why the stock isn’t on the block for sale to lock in the gains. That’s easy…

Shares of the chipmaker have further to go. You see, the investment thesis that existed when the stock was first identified is still in an uptrend. And until that trend shows signs of fatigue, NVDA stays in the portfolio.

This begs the question: Should a new investor consider the stock at these lofty valuations? In my opinion, the stock is still undervalued based on the trend for which the stock was bought.

Now, don’t confuse the stock being undervalued based on the metrics financial analysts use, such as price to earnings, EV/EBITDA, etc. By those measures, the stock is over-valued at current levels.

But the trend to autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence is still in its infancy. And NVDA’s chips remain at the forefront of this transition. This stock could easily grow another 800% or more in the coming years.

NVDA is definitely a keeper.

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Re: Nvidia (NVDA)

Postby winston » Sun Aug 13, 2017 6:17 am

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Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Growth Soars as Competition Encroaches

NVDA stock appears expensive in light of rising competition from AMD

By Chris Lau

The autonomous driving and GPU computing market is a growing market, but investors should ask if Nvidia will sustain its revenue growth rates.


Nvidia reported data center revenue growth of 175% to $416 million.

Automotive revenue grew 19% to $142 million.


AMD’s Polaris GPUs are optimized for mining cryptocurrency, due to its open software architecture.

Nvidia still has no real competitive pressures for its high-end GTX cards, but that will change with AMD’s Vega Frontier Edition.


No Competition in AI
With Nvidia facing little competition in sales of hardware supporting AI, investors should anticipate the company growing its market share.


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