Nvidia closes in on the $1 trillion club

Nvidia closes in on the $1 trillion club

After CRUSHING earnings expectations last night...
  • The world is having a Copernicus Moment (podcast embedded below)

  • Nvidia's stock is up 30% in pre-market trading after crushing earnings estimates last night

  • NVDA market cap now at $983 billion

    • AAPL, $2.7 trillion

    • MSFT, $2.3 trillion

    • IBM, $114 billion

    • HD, $295 billion

    • KO, $263 billion

    • NVDA now worth 1.4X (DL+HD+KO+UPS)

  • NVDA Corporate Overview

  • NVDA Body of Work

NVDA stock is up 30% in pre-market trading today, which represents an increase of $228 billion in the company’s market cap

NVIDIA Corporation accelerates computing to help solve the computational problems. The Company has two segments. The Compute & Networking segment includes its data center accelerated computing platform; networking; automotive artificial intelligence (AI) cockpit, autonomous driving development agreements and autonomous vehicle solutions; electric vehicle computing platforms; Jetson for robotics and other embedded platforms; NVIDIA AI Enterprise and other software; and cryptocurrency mining processors (CMP). The Graphics segment includes GeForce GPUs for gaming and personal computers (PCs), the GeForce NOW game streaming service and related infrastructure, and solutions for gaming platforms; Quadro/NVIDIA RTX GPUs for enterprise workstation graphics; virtual GPU (vGPU), software for cloud-based visual and virtual computing; automotive platforms for infotainment systems; and omniverse enterprise software for building and operating metaverse and three-dimensional Internet applications.

10-year stock price performance: NVDA vs SP500, AAPL and MSFT (as of 5.24.23)

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