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NVIDIA Corporation Nasdaq Global Select
Open: $639 High: $639 Low: $598.52 Close: $603.5
Range: 2021-04-19 - 2021-04-20
Volume: 17,907,867
Market: Extended-hours
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NVIDIA Corporation 2788 San Tomas Expressway Santa Clara CA, 95051
NVIDIA Corp is a developer of graphics processing unit. It caters to areas like gaming, professional visualization, datacenter and automobiles.
  • CEO: Jen-Hsun Huang
  • Employees: 11,528
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Semiconductors
Latest news about the NVDA
  • Nvidia Has Only 10% Chance of Closing U.K. Deal, Citi Analyst Says

    The chip maker is facing a national security review by the British government, which already had antitrust concerns about the ARM transaction.

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  • Nvidia is building a giant virtual ‘metaverse’ of the world, with ‘digital twins’ of cars, cities, and people

    Mr Huang also predicts we will travel from the virtual world to an augmented-reality real world via ‘wormholes’

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  • Dow Jones Sells Off As Apple Slides Ahead Of 'Spring Loaded' Event; Tesla Jumps On Price Target Boost

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined over 300 points Tuesday, as Apple dropped ahead of its "Spring Loaded" product event. Tesla stock jumped.

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  • NVIDIA (NVDA) Falls After U.K. Begins Security Probe Into Arm Deal

    Looking at the intensifying anti-trust scrutiny by several regulators and protests by major tech companies, it would be a difficult task for NVIDIA (NVDA) to win an approval for Arm's acquisition.

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  • A Red-Hot Reason Why NVIDIA's Blockbuster Growth Is Here to Stay

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  • Nvidia’s $40B Proposed Takeover of Arm Faces Scrutiny By UK Govt

    Nvidia’s proposed $40 billion acquisition of Cambridge-based Arm is in trouble. On Monday, the UK’s Secretary of State issued an intervention notice on behalf of the UK Government citing national security interests. In September 2020, the $40 billion acquisition of Arm from the SoftBank Group was presented by Nvidia (NVDA) with the intention of building an artificial intelligence (AI) supercomputer powered by the two companies. The deal would allow Arm to expand its intellectual property (IP) licensing portfolio using Nvidia technology. Arm has shipped over 180 billion microprocessor chips to-date. The UK Government’s intervention notice stated, “Whereas the Secretary of State believes that it is or may be the case that a public interest consideration is relevant to a consideration of the relevant merger situation. Now, therefore, the Secretary of State in exercise of his powers under section 42(2) of the Act hereby gives this intervention notice.” “The Secretary of State believes that it is or may be the case that the interests of national security, being a public interest consideration specified in section 58(1) of the Act, are relevant to a consideration of the relevant merger situation.” The notice also asks UK’s Competition and Markets Authority to investigate the merger and compile a report by July 30. (See Nvidia stock analysis on TipRanks) According to a CNBC report, UK’s Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden from the Department for Culture, Digital, Media and Sport said, “As a next step and to help me gather the relevant information, the U.K.’s independent competition authority will now prepare a report on the implications of the transaction, which will help inform any further decisions.” Following the intervention notice, Rosenblatt Securities analyst Hans Mosesmann reiterated a Buy and a price target of $800 on the stock. Mosesmann said in a note to investors, “This intervention is a surprise to us, and given ARM’s headquarters and ancestral foundings in the U.K., it carries significant weight that could sway other key countries, including China, to also vote against or intervene against the deal.” “Our own position has been that the deal was a 50-50 proposition, and given last week’s sudden announcement of Grace, Nvidia’s Plan B CPU roadmap without the ARM acquisition is on the table. We continue to like the Nvidia story and, despite this intervention, this does not deter against the longer term story of AI and accelerated computing being the path forward and the next cycle,” Mosesmann added. Meanwhile, Nvidia scores a Strong Buy consensus rating from the analyst community. That’s based on 22 analysts recommending a Buy and 4 analysts suggesting a Hold. The average analyst price target of $670.20 implies 9.1% upside potential to current levels. Related News: Alcoa Delivers Record 1Q Results As Higher Aluminum Prices Fuel Sales Amazon Experiments With Furniture Assembly Service – Report SeaSpine Holdings Prices 4.5M Public Offering At $19.50 Per Share More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Coca-Cola’s 1Q Results Beat Estimates Amid Uneven Global Economic Recovery Tuesday’s Pre-Market: Here’s What You Need To Know Before The Market Opens Whirlpool Corp Increases Share Buyback by $2 Billion, Hikes Quarterly Dividend By 12% Amgen’s Bemarituzumab Receives Breakthrough Therapy Designation

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  • Dow Jones Futures Signal Further Losses For 'Hard Penny' Market Rally; Netflix Near Buy With Earnings Due

    The "hard penny" market rally retreated Monday, led by Tesla, Nvidia and Square. IBM flirted with a breakout late on Q1 results. Netflix is near a buy point with earnings due.

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  • New Moon on Monday, Fair Warning on Semis and Small-Caps, Ballad of Nvidia, IBM

    For it was George Washington who told us, "If we can not learn wisdom from experience, it is hard to say where it is to be found." Traders and investors need to be fully cognizant that not only that Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, but both of our small-cap indices, the S&P 600 and the Russell 2000, saw their respective 21-day exponential moving averages (EMAs) pierced but not exactly broken on Monday.

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  • PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 20

    Britain will this week commit to steeper cuts in carbon emissions as it prepares to host the UN's COP26 climate summit later this year, according to people briefed on the plan. - Britain's aviation regulator has authorised West Sussex-based drone company to begin operating regular drone flights beyond the pilot's line of sight at three locations in the country. - Britain on Monday said India will be added to its "red list" of countries, as the country battles a new variant and a surge in coronavirus cases that is overwhelming hospitals.

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  • Raymond James: 2 Chip Giants to Buy Now (And 1 to Avoid)

    Semiconductors are one of the modern world’s essential industries, making possible so much of what we rely on or take for granted: internet access, high-speed computers with high-speed memory, even the thermostats that control our air conditioning – there isn’t much, tech-wise, that doesn’t use semiconductor chips. The global semiconductor chip market was valued at over $513 billion in 2019, and despite the worst the pandemic could do, the chip sector rose to $726 billion in 2020. It’s a market based on a near-limitless customer base; it’s estimated that 2.5 billion people own at least one smartphone. That’s 1 in 3 of the total world population, enough to ensure that demand for semiconductor chips will never slacken. And with that background, Raymond James analyst Chris Caso sees two chip giant poised to make gains this year – but one that investors should avoid. Let's take a closer look. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) The first chip stock we’ll look at, AMD, is consistently ranked among the top 20 largest chip makers – by sales – globally. The company held the fifteenth spot last year, with $9.76 billion in total revenues. That top line was up 45% from 2019, when AMD was ranked eighteenth. AMD’s position in the industry is based on its high-quality products, including microprocessors, motherboard chipsets, and graphics processors. AMD’s Ryzen Mobile 4000 chip was the first 7nm x86 processor on the market. The chip company showed a solid second half in 2020, with revenues in Q3 and Q4 rapidly recovering the 1H20 dip and rising above 2019 level. Earnings in Q4 skyrocketed, growing from Q3’s 32 cents per share to an impressive $1.45 per share. For all of 2020, earnings came in at $2.06, compared to 30 cents for 2019. The strong second half pushed the full-year revenue to a company record, on the strength of expanding demand in the PC, gaming, and data center markets. AMD’s prospects have attracted Raymond James’ Chris Caso, who compares the company favorably to competitor Intel. “We are using the pullback since the start of the year to get involved with AMD, which we expect to be a secular winner due to what we believe to be a durable technical advantage vs. Intel. We think the stock’s pullback has been driven by improved sentiment that Intel will solve their manufacturing challenges, which will reverse AMD’s successes. We’re taking the other side of that view," the 5-star analyst noted. Caso continued, "Nowthat Intel has committed to internal manufacturing, we think it’s unlikely that Intel ever regains a transistor advantage vs. AMD, and the current roadmaps ensure an advantage for AMD/TSMC through at least 2024. In the meantime, we think Street numbers are too low for both server and consoles, putting our base case 2022 EPS estimate of $2.81 12% ahead of the Street, with an upside case to about $3.00." In line with this outlook, Caso initiated coverage of AMD with an Outperform (i.e. Buy) rating, and $100 price target to suggest a 23% one-year upside potential. (To watch Caso’s track record, click here) The Raymond James view is no bullish outlier; AMD has 13 positive reviews on record. These are partly balanced by 5 Holds and 1 Sell, making the analyst consensus rating a Moderate Buy. The share are selling for $81.11, and their $104.44 average price target implies an upside of ~29% for the next 12 months. (See AMD stock analysis on TipRanks) Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Next up, Nvidia, is another of the chip industry’s giants. Like AMD, Nvidia is slowly rising in the rankings; going by total sales, the company was rated number 10 in 2019 – and number 8 in 2020. Nvidia’s sales last year totaled more than $16 billion, a gain of 53% year-over-year. Nvidia rode to its success on the combination of memory chips – which have a strong market in the data center segment – and graphics processors – which are popular among both hardcore gamers and professional graphic designers. For the most recent quarter, Q4 of fiscal 2021, ending on December 31, Nvidia reported $5 billion in revenue, a company record, and a 61% gain from the year before. EPS rose from $1.53 in the prior Q4 to $2.31 in the current print, a gain of 51%. Full year numbers were strong; the $16.68 billion at the top line was a record, and the EPS, at $6.90, was 53% higher than the previous year. Company management noted the strength of the data center segment, but also pointed out that Nvidia has a growing AI business. The company makes between 5% and 10% of its total sales in the automotive market, and more than half of that is AI-related, in the autonomous vehicle niche. Raymond James’ Chris Caso notes this, too, in his report upgrading his stance on NVDA. “Our call is not really new, as we’ve been positive on NVDA for some time. Our call rather is meant to express our conviction in both the short and long term. In the short term, we think NVDA results will be more dependent on supply than demand given widespread shortages – and we do expect incremental supply as the year progresses…. Our longer term conviction is driven by the fact that NVDA has more shots on goal than anyone else in our coverage, and their success in AI has earned them a permanent seat at the table in both hyperscale and enterprise compute,” Caso opined. Caso bumps his stance up from Outperform to Strong Buy, and sets a price target of $750. At current levels, this indicates room for a 17% one-year upside. NVDA’s strong share appreciation over the past 12 months (115%) has pushed the stock price close to the average price target. Shares are selling for $614.47, with an average target of $670.20 suggesting room for 9% growth. Nonetheless, the stock holds a Strong Buy consensus rating based on 22 Buys and 4 Hold given in recent weeks. (See NVDA stock analysis on TipRanks) Intel Corporation (INTC) The third stock we’re looking at, Intel, is the one that Raymond James says to avoid. This may seem counterintuitive; Intel is, by sales, the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker, with more than $77 billion in annual revenue last year and a leading position in a $720+ billion market. So why does Caso advise caution here? “Intel’s stock has risen of late due to optimism that new leadership from their very capable new CEO will allow them to turn around their manufacturing issues and return to their former dominance. Our Underperform rating reflects not just the risk that Intel won’t reach that goal, but also the pain they will likely endure in pursuit of that goal in terms of capex, lost market share, and a shifting landscape in datacenter that will make the industry less dependent on Intel," Caso explained. The analyst added, "In addition, we’re concerned that demand in the PC market, on which Intel remains highly dependent, has been significantly pulled forward due to the pandemic, and expect an eventual mean reversion – which may unfortunately occur just as Intel needs to ramp investment.” Caso, as noted, rates INTC an Underperform (i.e. Sell), and does not put a price target on it. All in all, the market’s current view on INTC is a mixed bag, indicating uncertainty as to its prospects. The stock has a Hold analyst consensus rating based on 12 Buys, 10 Holds, and 8 Sells. Meanwhile, the $67.68 price target suggests a modest upside potential of nearly 6%. (See INTC stock analysis on TipRanks) To find good chip ideas for stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment.

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  • Tesla Vs. Nvidia: Which Stock Chart Looks Like The Better Buy?

    Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) and NVIDIA Corp. (NASDAQ: NVDA) are two popular stocks among traders. Here’s a look at each stock’s chart to see which may be the better buy. Read more here about why the stocks are moving. Tesla Daily Chart Analysis: The stock recently bounced off the 50-day moving average (green). The stock is trading above the 200-day moving average (blue), indicating bullish sentiment. These moving averages may hold as support in the future. Key Levels To Watch: The $800 level previously held as resistance on the chart and could do so again in the future. The $600 level recently held as support and potentially will again in the future. The stock is in a channel between these two price levels and would need to cross one to possibly see a more powerful move. Nvidia Daily Chart Analysis: The stock is trading above the 50-day moving average (green). The stock is trading above the 200-day moving average (blue), indicating bullish sentiment. These moving averages may hold as support in the future. Key Levels To Watch: The $600 level previously held as resistance on the chart before breaking out, the stock needs to consolidate above this area to see another potential push upwards. The $475 level recently held as support and potentially will again in the future. The stock is in a channel between these two price levels and would need to cross one to possibly see a more powerful move. The Better Buy? Both stocks may be solid investments for long term holders. Traders need to decide themselves whether or not to buy a stock. Tesla needs to bounce and hold the support level, and Nvidia needs to consolidate above the previous resistance level. Photo courtesy of Nvidia. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaAMD Vs. Nvidia: What Do The Charts Say Is A Better Buy Right Now?3 Robinhood Stocks Looking To Break Out Of Resistance Soon© 2021 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • US STOCKS-Wall Street slips off record highs, Tesla drops after fatal crash

    U.S. stocks closed lower on Monday, slipping from last week's record levels, as investors awaited guidance from first-quarter earnings to justify high valuations, while Tesla Inc shares fell after a fatal car crash. The electric-car maker slid 3.4% after a Tesla vehicle believed to be operating without anyone in the driver's seat crashed into a tree on Saturday north of Houston, killing two occupants. The stock was the biggest drag on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Index.

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  • Nvidia’s $40 Billion Takeover of Arm Faces U.K. National Security Probe

    Government intervention comes just five months after the introduction of new powers to prevent overseas companies from buying sensitive U.K. assets.

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  • UK steps in on Nvidia's Arm takeover on security grounds

    Yahoo Finance's LaToya Harding breaks down the latest overseas.

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  • UK intervenes in $40bn Nvidia-Arm deal on national security grounds

    Digital secretary Oliver Dowden has issued a public interest intervention notice (PIIN) confirming that he is intervening in the proposed acquisition.

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  • Why Intel Investors Should Worry About NVIDIA's New Data Center Chips

    With a global semiconductor shortage expected to last for the foreseeable future, Intel has said it will double down on its manufacturing and build a couple of new factories in Arizona. NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) is flexing its muscles and announced at its investor day last week that it's prepping a new data-center processor aimed at one of Intel's tentpole businesses. As computing needs quickly evolve, NVIDIA is on a path to industry domination.

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  • UK government intervenes in Nvidia takeover of chip designer Arm

    The government is to examine Nvidia's planned purchase of the UK firm on national security grounds.

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  • Tesla Drags Nasdaq Lower on Crash; NVIDIA Buy Faces Regulatory Challenge

    Wall Street has been in rally mode for a while now, but Monday brought a pause in the recent gains for major stock market benchmarks. The Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) was down about two-thirds of a percent at 10:30 a.m. EDT, pulling back from a recent run that came close to challenging the index's record highs. The Nasdaq's performance has hinged largely on how well some of the biggest and most influential companies in the stock market have done from a business standpoint.

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  • Dow Jones, S&P 500 Ease From Record Highs; Coca-Cola Rises On Earnings; Nvidia, Tesla Stock Drag On Nasdaq

    Freeport-McMoRan and Western Alliance bank were rising, and Dow Jones stock Coke gained on earnings, early Monday, but stock futures traded generally lower.

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