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We looked at the charts of NVDA last week, but things look weaker now.
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Nvidia reported earnings on Thursday, May 16. Action Alerts PLUS research analyst Zev Fima breaks down what investors need to know about the chip stock going into the second half of 2019.
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Nvidia stock was barely moving midday Friday after reporting earnings, leaving investors to wonder what's in store. Here are the must-know levels on the chart.
Stocks ended down Friday as a late report the US-China trade talks have stalled undercut earlier gains.
The chipmaker posted a healthy quarter but now is declining to offer longer-term guidance to investors.
Plus, see why Nvidia's strong strong quarter may not be enough to make it a buy.
Implied volatility is near three-month lows too, so there is not much expected of NVDA as far as movement right now.
Overall, there is nothing about the earnings report that makes me want to scream 'buy the stock'.
Jeff discusses the Nvidia quarter, provides a look ahead to next week's earnings from Home Depot and Kohl's, and more!
Nvidia reported earnings after the bell Thursday night. Here's why the plan to switch from yearly to quarterly guidance may work in its favor.
Nvidia beat earnings estimates and issued strong guidance, but uncertainty remains on the data center outlook.
The markets kicked off Friday morning with a rough start. Investors should watch Nvidia and Pinterest post-earnings and Luckin's IPO.
The markets are struggling Friday morning. Action Alerts PLUS senior analyst Jeff Marks breaks down Nvidia and Pinterest post-earnings, Luckin's IPO and a lookahead to retail earnings next week.
Nvidia shares edged higher Friday after the chipmaker topped analysts' forecasts with solid first quarter earnings, although gains were tempered by questions over its predictions for a second-half sector rebound as it backed away from full-year revenue guidance.
Let's take a close look at the chipmaker's charts.
Global stocks were in retreat Friday, setting up Wall Street for modest opening bell declines, as investors grow increasingly concerned that while this week's trade war acceleration has put a potential deal between the U.S. and China further into the future, its impact on the world economy is far more immediate.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors grow increasingly concerned about the potential for a trade deal and its near-term impact on the world economy; Nvidia rises but gains are capped after the graphics chipmaker says it was no longer providing full-year guidance; Pinterest posts wider-than-expected loss; Luckin Coffee is valued at $4.2 billion in its IPO.
The GPU giant's results and quarterly sales guidance were well-received by Wall Street. However, shares gave back some of their gains after it was learned that full-year guidance has been pulled.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa and Real Money's Timothy Collins break down the chipmaker's fiscal first-quarter earnings.
Looking for a real economic bellwether? Maybe look at Walmart, but eye Nordstrom.
Nvidia still needs China's approval for the buyout of Mellanox.
Data center demand and stock valuation are two issues that are concerning analysts.
Jeff discusses Cisco's quarter, provides a look ahead to Nvidia's earnings tonight, and gives his takeaways from the Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Business Review.
Curious about Nvidia's China exposure? Here's what investors need to watch according to Jeff Marks, senior portfolio analyst for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.
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