Trading and investing in NVDA are 2 different things. This company is a blue chipper and the leader in gaming chips and most importantly, AI. No one is close. Sure their forward looking p/e ratio is high but so was Microsoft's when they were working on "windows:" Without that, you and and wouldn't know how to use a computer. Buy on corrections, add to your positions and don't look back. If you can't stand the dips, then put your money in the bank. Over the years this company is a no brainer. I have been in the Market for over 50 years, invest in quality and growth only and it is rare for to see a company to come around like this. There are very few. I Almost never post on these boards but felt compelled because I see so many about to make mistakes in ref to this Co. That jackass short, Andrew Left, is a foul mouthed manipulator who makes his money promoting the stocks he shorted YESTERDAY! He is frequently wrong. Why do people listen?
Thumbs UP for Trump's impeachment - Thumbs down to keep the clown in office!
man you guys calling for trump impeachment .. on what grounds sounds like your listening to b.s. news channels and not what he says ... he tweets because its a direct line to people and cant be twisted ,,, but the left is so effed up anything he says is twisted and totally taken out of context ... very sad state this country s in ..
thank the democrats who still cant accept trump as our president
I bought high last week at 167. Should I sell now and pick back up if it drops to say 162 or 161.5?
If Trump keeps making enemys at this alarming rate , then he could end up having impeachment charges brought up against him even if they art not successful. This will certainly bring down the whole market . Market will be wild with uncertainty !
Btw $SNAP is really roaring. They have some cool new features. Still a long term sell but I could see it rallying up to IPO price of 17. I'm staying out, maybe shorting higher. But some of you might want to try a short term long entry.
NVDA longs what other companies you invested in ( I am AAPL, Google, SHOP)
Ignore market noise, invest in companies with strong fundamentals
Did Kalpesh make a dumb statement over 164 today to make it go back down? Is that what happened?
Reloaded a good bit today. I'm thankful.
So this morning its sells off HUGE to EXACTLY the point of my sell stop of $160, and then it REVERSES.. Doesn't even go a penny below my sell stop! It's like the computers saw my sell stop, sold to shake me out, then started buying again. This smells like a rigged stock to me and I'm staying the heck out. Good luck.
Nickalicious is right...this is not an ideal entry point but its an entry point. We had a sell off of aroud 10% (text book) a big rally of almost 40 million shares..and if you think about the 3 day rule...you expect a slow pull back for 3 days and a gradual rise up..and guess what...THATS WHATS HAPPENING!... if you bought in after 150 you will have to wait as its not going to do the crazy rise it did to get here...but it will go up it has no choice. It makes money...lots of money
If NVDA drops more, what are the support levels??
NVDA is slowly giving back the entire bounce! It's going to drop below $155 with this little support. IBD gives NVDA Accumulation?Distribution a C from a B. The big institutions are dumping. The little guy trying to squeeze another $10-15 out of NVDA is the one that's buying.
For investors, not speculators, it's price not time that's important. 162 is not a bad price for NVDA. Obviously 152 would be even better. And if you're an investor, you'll love lower prices. Who wouldn't love buying at 162 instead of 172, or 152 instead of 162? That's why I pounded the table at 140 in June. And again at 150 about a week ago. Speculators freak out and sell on declines, and buy on runups. Be smarter than them and they will pay you with their stupidity.
will take advantage of the dip, would be crazy not to do so, buy order is out in 2 minutes.
Thumbs up to all who stayed long. This is just the beginning of a sweeet long ride up
Let us keep shorting until 300
Any investors feeling crummy about how expensive they've made NVDA?