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Fed tightening could stymie semis.
The S&P 500 bounced the last couple of days but is still under its 200-day simple moving average.
I think NVDA made an honest forecasting mistake although one that I had the foresight to think they were wrong about.
We'll take advantage of weakness to scoop up shares of both names.
Nvidia's plunge on Friday could provide a profitable entry point for long-term investors.
NVDA's problem is the same problem which is plaguing the entire market right now -- poor price action.
Jim Cramer breaks down why Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, was so defensive on the earnings call.
Jim discusses his current outlook on Nvidia, Anadarko Petroleum, his interview with Coca-Cola's CEO, and more!
Need some advice on Nvidia? Jim Cramer has you covered.
Nvidia plunged Friday after the chipmaker posted weaker-than-expected third quarter sales, and issued a gloomy holiday quarter outlook, as inventories piled up amid a slowdown in demand from cryptocurrency miners.
A big reduction in guidance due to a bloated inventory channel contrasts sharply with comments by the chipmaker on the last earnings call.
The chipmaker's shares are plunging on a third-quarter sales miss and gloomy outlook, but the drop in the stock only may be beginning.
Global stocks were mixed in early Friday trading, with investors rattled by weakness in the chip sector that suggests further erosion in consumer tech demand and mixed reports on the state of U.S.-China trade talks, as volatility across all asset classes continues to accelerate.
Nvidia's quarterly numbers were weaker-than-expected in a number of key areas, but not everyone was that pessimistic.
Back in October, Cramer told attendees of his investing boot camp that Nvidia would miss this quarter when justifying his reasoning for dumping the stock. It turns out he was right.
The market dynamic right now is to sell news, good or bad.
U.S. stock futures fall amid weakness in the chip sector following disappointing third-quarter earnings from Nvidia; a second chip company - Applied Materials - sinks on weak guidance; SpaceX gets the OK to operate 7,500 satellites; PG&E jumps on report California regulator doesn't want bankruptcy for the utility.
I gave you a NVDA trade at Real Money and Real Money Pro on Thursday. Can't run from that.
You've heard the name Nvidia, but what does it actually do?
The GPU maker missed quarterly estimates and issued a light January quarter sales outlook. It puts much of the blame on an inventory overhang caused by a collapse in demand from cryptocurrency miners.
Jim Cramer says perception is determining how stocks trade right now -- and there's a lot of negativity.
Cramer told TheStreet's Boot Camp for Investors that's why his trust sold the stock well ahead of Thursday's numbers.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa breaks down the chipmaker's October-quarter earnings.
Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
You must hear Nvidia report a good number and you need to hear that Applied Materials won't slash its 2019 forecast.
What if NVDA misses expectations? What if the firm guides lower?
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