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NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
Hands-On With NVIDIA's GeForce Now Streaming Game Service
Back in 2017, NVIDIA announced the launch of its GeForce Now streaming gaming service, which it made available in a beta capacity. After years…
Can NVIDIA (NVDA) Run Higher on Strong Earnings Estimate Revisions?
NVIDIA (NVDA) is seeing positive earnings estimate revisions, suggesting that it could be a solid choice for investors.
Tech Stocks on Sale: Which Should You Buy?
With declines between 4% to 11%, major tech stocks such as Facebook and Nvidia are provocative semi-bargains amidst the market rout.
Wait for Market Uncertainty to Cool Before Buying Intel Stock
Compared to AMD and Nvidia, Intel stock is cheap. Yet, as uncertainty rocks the markets, wait for a better entry point before buying.
Stocks sink, bonds soar on fears virus will stunt economy
Stocks slumped again on Wall Street Tuesday, piling on losses a day after the market's biggest drop in two years as fears spread that the growing virus outbreak will put the brakes on the global economy. Nervous investors snapped up low-risk U.S. government bonds, sending the yield on the 10-year Treasury note to a record low. Meanwhile more companies warned that the outbreak will hurt their finances, including Mastercard and United Airlines. Travel-related stocks took another drubbing, bringing the two-day loss for American Airlines to 16%. New cases are being reported in Europe and the Middle East, far outside the epicenter of China. The latest cases have raised fears that the virus could spread further. The worst-case scenario for investors hasn't changed in the last few weeks - where the virus spreads around the world and cripples supply chains and the global economy - but the probability of it happening has risen, said Yung-Yu Ma, chief investment strategist at BMO Wealth Management. "It's the combination of South Korea, Japan, Italy and even Iran" reporting virus cases, Ma said. "That really woke up the market, that these four places in different places around the globe can go from low concern to high concern in a matter of days and that we could potentially wake up a week from now and it could be five to 10 additional places." The decline on Monday sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average more than 1,000 points lower and wiped out its gains for the year.
Six months with Samsung's crazy $1,300 ultra-wide gaming monitor — it's a symbol of peak video gaming entertainment
I've been using Samsung's crazy super-ultra-wide monitor that's as wide as two 27-inch monitors stuck together to play video games. The CRG9 lets your games play and look at their very best, even more so than a standard size monitor with a sharper 4K resolution than the 1440p resolution on the CRG9. I don't think $1,300 is too high an asking price for this monitor considering people pay as much or more for high-end TVs to play games, too. The CRG9 is a symbol of peak gaming entertainment that's reserved for the PC gamer rather than the console player. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . For six months, I've been living in an alternate reality playing video games on Samsung's crazy super-ultra-wide CRG9 gaming monitor, Now that I'm back to reality playing on a more standard sized monitor, it's clear that the $1,300 CRG9 is a lot more than just a gaming monitor — it's a symbol of peak video gaming entertainment. So it goes, TVs and monitors get better and better with higher resolutions for super sharp graphics and higher refresh rates for smoother gameplay.
Uber, Exxon Mobil, and Nvidia Were Among the Stocks Most Popular with Hedge Funds Last Quarter
Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Netflix remain popular with hedge funds, but Uber was their favorite target in the fourth quarter.
Sell Nvidia Stock Because of Coronavirus Risk, Analyst Says
Chip maker Nvidia may be underestimating the risk of the virus outbreak, Instinet analyst David Wong says. He lowered his rating for shares to Reduce from Neutral.
Earnings To The Rescue? HP, Macy's, Home Depot All Report Solid Results, Providing Lift
Anyone hoping for a quick comeback from the worst session in two years could be in for disappointment. Things seem to be on more solid footing to start Tuesday amid a host of decent earnings news, but several stocks got downgraded and the virus showed no signs of slowing down. Some of the downgrades include Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA ), Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA ), and Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: MU ). Not all of these were specifically virus-related, though the analyst downgrading NVDA did mention potential virus impact. Chipmakers like NVDA were some of the hardest hit yesterday, along with airlines, casino operators, and resorts. None of the issues that helped put these shares on the run yesterday have disappeared, as these companies are highly-leveraged to the global economy and the impact of coronavirus. In another virus-related hit, United Airlines (NASDAQ: UAL ) suspended its 2020 guidance, citing the impact of the coronavirus on travel, media outlets reported. The airline also said that near-term demand for travel to China has pretty much disappeared.
Nvidia’s coronavirus risk prompts downgrade at Instinet
Instinet analyst David Wong joined the lonely bear camp on Nvidia’s stock Tuesday, citing risks posed to the chipmaker by the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Nvidia earnings: significant upside, despite pessimistic short-term sentiment
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) shares are trading at $190, down -7.6%. The company is announcing its quarterly earnings results on Thursday after the market close. What's driving NVIDIA stock price? What's NVIDIA stock price forecast?
NVIDIA (NVDA) stock: still riding high
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) shares are trading at $257, down 1.5%. The company is reporting its fiscal Q2 earnings after the market close on Thursday. What should investors know about NVIDIA? What's NVDA stock price forecast?
Intel and Apple: What's Next?
Intel’s stock price witnessed a big decline yesterday after Bloomberg reported that Apple would not use Intel chips for its Mac computers. What's next for the Intel stock?
Micron Technology (MU): Where Does The Stock Price Go Now?
Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) shares fell in the extended session today. What is the stock price prediction?
Nvidia: Reasons To Be Bullish?
Today after market close, Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) is set to report its earnings for the fiscal quarter ending January 2018. According to Finstead Research, Nvidia price target upside is -5.47%.
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