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1 Green Flag and 1 Red Flag for Nvidia

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1 Green Flag and 1 Red Flag for Nvidia
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Despite its stock falling hard during the recent bear market, Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) as a company has delivered tremendous growth over the last few years, particularly from its graphics processing units (GPUs) designed for gaming and data centers, its two largest sources of revenue. While the company continues to see new applications for its GPUs that could drive more expansion over the next decade, Nvidia is starting to experience slowing growth from macroeconomic headwinds. One important quality of Nvidia that every investor should appreciate is its ability to keep expanding the application of its GPU technology to new markets.