|Bid||237.02 x 200|
|Ask||237.40 x 500|
|Day's Range||243.47 - 250.00|
|52 Week Range||95.17 - 250.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||50.59|
|Earnings Date||May 7, 2018 - May 11, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (0.25%)|
|1y Target Est||251.12|
The astronomical rise of the GPU specialist's stock has attracted some financial writers who would do well to either sit it out or do more homework.
NVIDIA's fourth-quarter conference call reveals what's behind its skyrocketing growth, and what management sees driving future profitability.
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In the preceding part of the series, we discussed how NVIDIA’s (NVDA) revenue growth is accelerating, thanks to the better-than-expected demand from cryptocurrency miners and data center customers. NVIDIA has been enjoying a monopolistic position in the emerging AI (artificial intelligence) market as its GPUs (graphics processing units) have been preferred by almost all cloud companies and data centers. But seeing this AI potential, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) launched Radeon Instinct, and Intel (INTC) launched its Xeon processors—both targeted at AI—in 2017. This has raised questions as to whether NVIDIA can continue to accelerate its growth in fiscal 2019 as well.
Nvidia is proof positive that big cap stocks can also be amazing growth engines and money makers for savvy investors.
In the preceding part of the series, we discussed how NVIDIA (NVDA) witnessed strong growth in revenues, driven by demand from cryptocurrency miners. Fiscal 4Q is a seasonally strong quarter for NVIDIA because it witnesses holiday season sales in gaming, which contribute up to 60% to the company’s overall revenues.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2018 / U.S. markets continued to rally for the fifth consecutive day on Thursday, after being hit with a sharp correction last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ...
The National Safety Council released on Thursday its preliminary estimates for U.S. motor vehicle deaths in 2017, placing the death toll at over 40,000 for the second-straight year. Reasons for these gut-wrenching numbers vary from mobile phone-related distracted driving to higher speed limits, but something needs to change. And the long-term solution to curbing motor vehicle-related deaths might just be driverless vehicles.
Nvidia (NVDA) was the second-fastest-growing semiconductor stock in 2017, returning more than 80%. One company that might fit the bill is Nvidia. Nvidia has several growth catalysts, and its products seem to be unbeatable even by tech giants such as Intel (INTC).
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre and Alexis Christoforous break down the latest market action.