Nvidia (NVDA) delivered in the second quarter, for the most part

One of Wall Street's favorite tech stocks reported second quarter earnings that beat forecasts by 9 cents a share. Sales of $3.12 billion narrowly beat analyst estimates. But, the company's gross profit margins fell sequentially, cryptocurrency sales were weak and the outlook was mixed.

TheStreet's @JacobSonenshine says Nvidia should be judged on its strong quarter in gaming and data center. Meanwhile, TheStreet's @BrianSozzi thinks Nvidia's high growth makes it imperative that it crushes it on all line items every quarter (which it didn't do this time).

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