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About NVIDIA

NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) is the world leader in visual computing technologies and the inventor of the GPU, a high-performance processor which generates breathtaking, interactive graphics on workstations, personal computers, game consoles, and mobile devices. NVIDIA serves the entertainment and consumer market with its GeForce(R) products, the professional design and visualization market with its Quadro(R) products, and the high-performance computing market with its Tesla(TM) products. NVIDIA is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif. and has offices throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas. For more information, visit http://www.nvidia.com.
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Anyone? Bump
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imo the Wii and the 360 have a huge advantage over the PS3....final fantasy 13 may be the only saving grace for the system, but for now....I might tell you to cash out. NVDA's been on a nice uptrend, but had a semi-ugly candle today. Up to you.

post #4 of 907
Well from a technical prespective the stock looks like it might consolidate or move abit lower before making another bullish leg.

The stock has had a great consistent run. There has been some shot covering which has been reflected in the stock price.

RSI is signaling an overbought stock. Slow STO istopping. The MACD look like it might converge bullish. MOMO and volume have remained constant. All other indicators are also consistent which is good.

Fundametally the stock is also healthy.

ROE, ROA have remianed steady
Cash flow has increased.
Sales, Revenues, and net income has grown which is very good.
Book price is a bit high. I rather see it lower than were it is.
They are groiwng at a 15% groth rate which is also good.
the rest of the funamentals are solid.

They have great opportunity for future growth. XBOX 360, PS3 will certaintly helo the company.

If i was you I would take some profits.

Let it come down a bit and then buy more.

If it starts to go up then get back in but with precaution.

post #5 of 907
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Originally Posted by adamfrdmn1
or just doesn't do very well, it will be reflected on Nvidia since they produce the video cards for the system.
This is just grasping for straws...

Nvidia's success will not be linked with the failure of the PS3.

95% of their products are in PCs and Laptops...not in the PS3.
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IMO, this is one of the best stocks in the tech industry right now. There is nothing wrong with taking profits and let some freebies ride for a while. With AMD buying out ATYT, many people believe INTC will buyout NVDA. NVDA has a very strong graphics card business. If it was me you could ride some freebies for the long term.

Here is my short term analysis: Notice that NVDA was in a trading range from 32-35 in Mid Oct. to Early Nov. Then it broke out (past 35) and the 35 resistance became support until mid Dec. It has now broken out again (out of 37 resistance). Therefore if the trend continues I say it consolidates down to 37 (previous resistance becomes current support) and continues its uptrend. This would also coincide with that 32 ma line. We may see a bounce on the 32 line (around 37 soon).
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Originally Posted by youngstockguru
IMO, this is one of the best stocks in the tech industry right now. There is nothing wrong with taking profits and let some freebies ride for a while. With AMD buying out ATYT, many people believe INTC will buyout NVDA. NVDA has a very strong graphics card business. If it was me you could ride some freebies for the long term.

Here is my short term analysis: Notice that NVDA was in a trading range from 32-35 in Mid Oct. to Early Nov. Then it broke out (past 35) and the 35 resistance became support until mid Dec. It has now broken out again (out of 37 resistance). Therefore if the trend continues I say it consolidates down to 37 (previous resistance becomes current support) and continues its uptrend. This would also coincide with that 32 ma line. We may see a bounce on the 32 line (around 37 soon).

Agree.

NVDIA could be bought by INTC.NVDA has a steady surplus of cash flow that INTC may want in the future.

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i doubt intel would buy out nvidia, nvidia is too expensive which is why i believe amd didnt buy them out and got ati instead. i think nvidia is a good hold though, they have come out with the next gen card, with their first model being a 30% boost over the top cards previous to it, which is an amazing amount knowing how normally it is only like a 10% boost max on new cards.
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Adam, I just wanted to know what you ended up doing with NVDA?
post #10 of 907
sell sell sell

move it into msft or amd for the long term imo
post #11 of 907
if you are not sure why not set a trailing stop of a couple of percent for a while. if you get a further run up great but if you get stoped out for a couple of percent so be it.
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Originally Posted by youngstockguru
Adam, I just wanted to know what you ended up doing with NVDA?
I sold it yesterday at 37.89 for a 5.66% profit. Not bad for 3 weeks holding.

I like the company, so I'm going to watch it closely.
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Watch the rest of the industry. NVDA put out great 2008 numbers. I don't think it will go up that much, but if you see a 3 point dip it is a good play.
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The chart looks very strong and bullish. Personally, I wouldn't sell until the current uptrend is broken. All it's doing right now is consolidating on it's new support ($37). The trend is your friend, don't fight it.
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To me the chart looks to be in an uptrend. Set a stop loss to lock in the profits and let it ride.
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If it drops again on thursday, I would reload. I said buy on a 3 point dip, and it is about there. JMO. Good company that is getting caught in the selloff.
post #17 of 907
i recomend the STOP LOSS but i would ride EVERY penny that you already have in this stock and i would also buy up some of INTEL and let them both ride... NVIDIA will NEVER be bought out by INTEL but INTEL KNOWS that its key to survival is to partner with NVIDIA.. what does this mean? NOT a merger but a GREAT working partnership. sharing of information, customer data, new ways and ideas about how to make the INTEL processor BETTER for the NVIDIA graphics cards.. and vice versa. i would buy both and hold for about 2 years.
post #18 of 907
breaking down
post #19 of 907
under 32 is a buy.
post #20 of 907
bought NVDA Jan 2007 puts at 32.75....will close position today
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