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NVIDIA's Big Bang: A Krugman-esque Analysis

When it comes to tech darlings, NVIDIA (NVDA) has shown over the part year that it is one of the top companies. So, when their earnings dropped on February 21st, it wasn't exactly a shocker. More like a victory lap with fireworks.

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Numbers that would make a quant blush: $22.1 billion in revenue? They clearly beat expectations surprising most analysts and causing the whole market to move higher. And the company came out with new guidance for next quarter that is also very strong.

Wall Street's out there with their measly projections, and NVIDIA's saying, "Amateurs."

Now, the market, bless its collective heart, went bonkers.

The move higher in the market was not entirely based on Nvidia performance. It's a bellwether, people. See, NVIDIA isn't just pushing bits, they're pushing the boundaries of AI. And in a world obsessed with artificial intelligence, their performance is like reading the entrails of the tech industry.

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And guess what? The entrails look good. AMD, Super Micro, even Palantir – they all hitched a ride on NVIDIA's rocket ship. It's like a rising tide lifting all the AI boats (though some, admittedly, leakier than others).

But there's a fly in the ointment, or should I say, a chip shortage in the fab. Demand for NVIDIA's latest goodies is through the roof, hotter than a blockchain in Miami. Supply, on the other hand? Not so forthcoming. It's a classic case of too many gamers and not enough graphics cards.

And let's not forget the data center bonanza. Revenue there went supernova, exploding 409% year-over-year. That's like finding a Bitcoin mine in your basement (not that I'd know anything about that).

So, what's the takeaway? Continue to watch NVIDIA stock over the next quarter. They're a chipmaker but they are also a harbinger of the future, shaping the digital landscape. And as for the market tremors?

Let's say they're feeling the aftershocks of a tech giant in overdrive. The AI revolution is just getting started. P.S. Don't expect me to quote myself. I leave the theatrics to the analysts.

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Nvidia Bets Big on AI PCs, Flexes Muscle at CES with New Chips

Fresh off its dominance in the data center AI scene, Nvidia is turning its sights to conquering the living room (or home office) with a new lineup of chips designed to power the next generation of AI-powered PCs. Forget clunky towers and whirring fans – Nvidia's vision for the future involves sleek laptops and desktops humming with the power of "local" AI, run right on your own machine.

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Taking center stage at CES 2024, the star of the show was the GeForce RTX SUPER, a souped-up GPU that Nvidia claims will unleash "supercharged generative AI workloads" on your trusty laptop. Think smoother video editing powered by AI, real-time photo manipulation that goes beyond basic filters, and maybe even a shot at creating your own personalized deepfake (ethics permitting, of course).

So, what does this mean the average tech enthusiast like yourself? Well, buckle up, because the AI revolution is about to hit your home office (or, you know, your couch). With the GeForce RTX SUPER under the hood, your PC will be able to handle even the most demanding AI tasks, from crafting photorealistic portraits of your cat to whipping up personalized movie recommendations that actually understand your taste (unlike that algorithm that keeps suggesting rom-coms, shudder).

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But Nvidia isn't just playing to the AI-curious crowd. The company also announced it'll be mass-producing a custom AI chip designed specifically for China, complying with those pesky U.S. export rules. This move signals Nvidia's commitment to the world's largest tech market, and could heat up the competition in the booming Chinese AI scene.

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Nvidia: A Top Pick for 2024 Despite Monster 2023

Nvidia (NASDAQ: $NVDA) has had a remarkable year, with its stock price soaring 220% fueled by the booming artificial intelligence (AI) market. This performance has caught the attention of TD Cowen analyst Matthew Ramsay, who has named NVDA his top overall stock pick for 2024.

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"No need to overthink this," Ramsay declared in a note to clients, emphasizing the company's strong position in the nascent but rapidly growing AI space. He sees the companies dominance in AI computer chips as a driver of its future growth and profit.

The optimism is supported by Nvidia's recent financial results. Nvidia's business is booming! Their sales more than doubled last quarter, reaching a whopping $18 billion. This is thanks to their powerful graphics chips, which are essential for artificial intelligence (AI). And things are only getting better, with Nvidia expecting to sell even more in the next quarter.

Ramsay thinks Nvidia's strong position in AI, combined with their innovative technologies and big investments, will keep their growth going strong for years to come. He anticipates "an accelerated product-introduction schedule, and innovation across hardware and all aspects of the AI product line - training, inference, and data processing."

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Despite its impressive stock run, Ramsay sees further upside potential for Nvidia. Ramsey believes Nvidia's future is bright! The potent combination of positions Nvidia has not only capitalizes on the burgeoning AI market but also pushes the boundaries of innovation further in other chip areas.

While some may hesitate due to the company's impressive growth and current valuation, Ramsay believes there's still significant room for Nvidia to move. He views the "enormous" and "early-stage" AI market as an opportunity for Nvidia to strengthen its leadership position and earn substantial rewards.

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Nvidia ($NVDA) at All-Time Peak Amidst AI Excitement and Q3 Anticipation

Nvidia (NVDA) soared to unprecedented heights as enthusiasm surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) rekindled, propelling the chipmaker's stock to a record-breaking $504, a 2.2% increase. The anticipation builds as Nvidia prepares to disclose its third-quarter financial results today.

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Investors are keenly observing whether the substantial momentum derived from the AI surge will persist. KeyBanc analyst John Vinh, maintaining an optimistic outlook, reiterated an Overweight rating on Nvidia Corp (NASDAQ: NVDA), setting a price target of $650.

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Nvidia's Incredible Climb: Riding the AI Wave to New Heights

Picture the bustling world of U.S. stock markets, and right in the spotlight is Nvidia, the trailblazing chip maker. Early on a Tuesday morning, there's an electrifying buzz surrounding Nvidia's stock. Why? Because this company is on the cusp of another upward move following its Thursday earnings report.

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You see, Nvidia is a big deal in the realm of artificial intelligence. It's like the forefront runner benefiting the most from this tech explosion. And as the sun rises, the expectations for Nvidia's quarterly results rise with it. Investors are feeling pretty optimistic about what's in store.

Now, let's talk about Nvidia's remarkable journey in 2023. Imagine its stock shooting up by a whopping 180% in a single year. That's like a complete turnaround story right there. How did this happen? Well, it's all about Nvidia's graphics cards, which have transformed from just graphics tools to the central driving force of a revolution. These cards are now the backbone for training AI models, and this excitement is like jet fuel for Nvidia's stock.

In the world of technology, Nvidia is like a poster child for adaptability and innovation. This company knows how to roll with the changes. The AI wave is like a stage, and Nvidia's performance on that stage is nothing short of impressive. It's like they've been waiting for this moment, and they're giving it their all.

But hold on a second. Even in the midst of all this excitement, there's a hint of uncertainty lingering in the air. Analysts are swirling in a whirlwind of guesses and forecasts as the big day approaches. But let's be real – no one really knows what's going to happen until that report is out.

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Intel And AMD Join To Challenge Nvidia

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Intel is looking to develop a new chip for their notebooks. The chip will combine the Intel CPU with the AMD graphics processor. The result is a chip that is small in size and lightweight yet is capable of delivering top of the line graphics for the most demanding of video games.

What seems like an obvious collaboration has not occurred since the 1980's. In fact, the two companies have been bitter competitors for years. They have battled fiercely for control of the market for PC processors. This advantage has admittedly gone to Intel for the majority of that time.

However, Intel is watching that advantage being challenged by NVidia. They have continued to be the producer of the leading graphic cards while developing the AI end of their business. This development of the AI end of things has had no effect on the core product of graphics cards.

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Nvidia AI Tech Provides Platform For Self-Driving Automobiles By 2021

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Zenuity, a new partnership between Volvo and Autoliv, has exciting plans to develop software geared toward a self- driving automobile. Utilizing the Drive PX Al technology by Nvidia, Zenuity hopes to enter these vehicles into the sales arena by 2021.

This may seem like a lofty ambition, but self-driving cars powered by Nvidia's Drive PX are already being tested on the road today. Volvo and Autoliv's new joint venture will base their software advances on the technological foundation created by Nvidia AI tech. They hope this will speed up realization of a self-driving car that is available commercially.

While Volvo's efforts can be uniquely theirs, Autoliv can legally offer the software involved to others in the industry. Nvidia's Senior Director of Automotive on call believes the future holds beneficial collaborative efforts in the industry, and recognizes and acknowledges the technological rewards of utilizing the advances of Nvidia Al tech.

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