|Bid||196.17 x 200|
|Ask||196.59 x 4900|
|Day's Range||196.54 - 199.59|
|52 Week Range||66.58 - 199.59|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||56.63|
|Earnings Date||Nov 8, 2017 - Nov 13, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.56 (0.28%)|
|1y Target Est||169.55|
Many recent breakouts, such as Apple, Facebook, Google parent Alphabet and Alibaba, have acted like beached whales, clearing buy points but then going nowhere.
The world's largest tech companies are building massive data centers in China, and NVIDIA has solid relationships with the key players.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. investors will be looking for how the chipmaker’s new product rollouts are faring are for more indications of how demand for cryptocurrency mining cards are driving sales.
One of these names could be a hot but short-lived phenom; the other is sure to stick around for decades to come. Invest accordingly.
Nvidia’s stock has been, to put it mildly, on a rampage. The shares have surged 85% so far this year through Thursday’s close. For the two-year period, they have rocketed more than 600%. For three years? ...
Long positions in the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 represent the most crowded trade in the U.S. markets, per a report from BofA Merrill Lynch.
NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock is on fire. Few can dispute that Nvidia is on the cutting edge of many technological advances. The company spent the first half of the decade seeing little stock growth as it sought to redefine itself, diversifying the company’s focus beyond gaming.
By law, large companies must report the breakdown of their workforces by gender and race, but the federal government keeps that data secret.
The company aims to make inroads in the quickly growing artificial-intelligence and machine-learning markets, says Ryan Shrout.
In edge computing, basic analysis happens at the device level. This requires the device to be equipped with memory, processor, and connectivity chips.
Shares of Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) after a monster performance year in 2016 are now again higher by 85% in 2017. Semiconductor stocks as represented by the VanEck Semiconductor ETF (NYSEARCA:SMH) (to which Nvidia belongs) as I have continued to highlight in this column remain a nicely trending part of the stock market. From a trend-following perspective, thus, there is little to no reason to fight such a strong move in the intermediate term until the trend begins to crack.
Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) has been on rocket ride for some time and for good reason. The company continues to innovate at a furious pace, which has propelled the NVDA stock price to lofty heights. As a testament to the company’s technology prowess, the MIT Technology Review recently named NVDA the world’s smartest company.
If you thought personal computers and laptops were a dying breed, ceding to the advent of tablets and even smartphones, well… it may be time to rethink that notion. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) just unveiled its Surface Book 2, combining all the power of a desktop with all the flexibility of a tablet.
Intel Corp. said Facebook Inc. is providing technical input for a coming chip designed for artificial intelligence, as the semiconductor giant moves into a fast-growing market dominated by Nvidia Corp....
The past several days have been particularly good ones for NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) shareholders. Mizuho Securities, for instance, recently reiterated its “Buy” rating on NVDA and raised its target to $220. Shortly before that, Needham reiterated its “Buy” opinion as well, upping its price target primarily because it sees Nvidia as the primary beneficiary of the advent of artificial intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents a significant opportunity to solve problems previously either not easy to solve or worse, not possible to solve.…