Is NVIDIA Corp (NVDA) best stock to buy today as its price declined to $573.09?

Latest price action

NVIDIA Corp (NVDA) declined on 3:08:17 PM. Its latest stock price is $573.09 indicating change of -0.91%.

Latest volume

About 3,639,913 shares exchanged hands on 3:08:17 PM for NVIDIA Corp (NVDA), compared with an average daily volume of 8,172,183 shares.

Daily price range

After opening the trading day at , shares of NVIDIA Corp traded within a range of to .

52 weeks price range

In the last 52 weeks, shares of NVIDIA Corp has gone down to $300.90 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $648.57 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 9.88%.

P/E ratio

Shares of NVIDIA Corp is currently trading at $573.09 indicating P/E ratio of 83.06 .

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About NVIDIA Corp

NVIDIA is the pioneer of GPU-accelerated computing. The Company specializes in products and platforms for the large, growing markets of gaming, professional visualization, data center, and automotive. Its creations are loved by the most demanding computer users in the world ? gamers, designers, and scientists. And its work is at the center of the most consequential mega-trends in technology.

Recent NVDA News

Wed May 05 20:01:44 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Here's why a key investor in Snowflake and UiPath is betting big on VAST Data, a hot startup that tripled its valuation in a year to $3.7 billion

Summary List Placement VAST Data, a startup backed by the same investor as the explosive artificial intelligence companies Databricks , Snowflake and UIPath, has rocketed to a $3.7 billion valuation ? three times what it was just a year ago. The NYC startup announced on Tuesday that it has raised $83 million in Series D funding, led by Tiger Global Management, which also backed the other companies. The round also included participation from existing investor Nvidia, the $357 billion graphics processing giant . In its blog post announcing the investment , the company said that it had achieved an annualized run rate of almost $100 million, and that it's now cash flow positive, and that its total balance sheet is now at $230 million. Renen Hallak, the founder and CEO of VAST Data, is a 38-year-old father of four, and one of many tech founders to come out of the Israeli military. He says following orders in a larger organization made him want to work for little companies. But in the case of VAST, which now has headquarters in New York City's Times Square, it didn't stay little for long. [more....]

Wed May 05 15:00:01 UTC 2021 Nvidia Jumps on Baird Buy Initiation [more....]

Wed May 05 14:01:09 UTC 2021

The Street: Nvidia Initiated Outperform as Baird Sees AI Dominance - TheStreet

'Nvidia is poised to dominate [artificial intelligence] computing, the most transformational technology,' Baird said, initiating the stock at outperform. [more....]

Tue May 04 21:20:13 UTC 2021

Benzinga: PayPal, Apple And Nvidia Lead The Nasdaq Sharply Lower

U.S. indices and shares of several companies in the broader technology sector were trading lower Tuesday after U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen suggested rates may need to rise to prevent the economy from overheating. The Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 (NASDAQ: QQQ ) closed sharply lower by 1.8% at $330.14. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NASDAQ: SPY ) also closed lower by 0.62% at $415.62. The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust (NASDAQ: DIA ) managed to finish higher by 0.11% at $341.49. Here are the day's winners and losers from the QQQ, according to data from Benzinga ? Full story available on [more....]

Mon May 03 19:46:51 UTC 2021

CNET: Best GeForce RTX 3000 gaming desktop deals from Amazon, Best Buy and Newegg - CNET

The graphics cards themselves are impossible to find, but there are PCs available with Nvidia's latest GPUs. [more....]

Mon May 03 01:00:00 UTC 2021

Economic Times India: Int'l funds should be routine choice: View

One must admit that apart from the financial logic of investing some of one?s money in foreign stocks, the glamour of seeing names like Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Netflix etc. plays a role in persuading people to allocate some money to international investing. However, that?s obviously not the right way to invest. The investing case for choosing one or the other international fund must be examined just as it is for any domestic investments.The recent launch of a fund named NYSE FANG+ brings a new level of this brand awareness to investors. The fund, which is from Mirae Asset, is an ETF which is based on a highly concentrated index which has only 10 of the biggest tech stocks in the world, namely Alibaba, Facebook, Alphabet, Apple, Baidu, Nvidia, Amazon, Netflix, Twitter and Tesla. Based on recent past performance, this would be a great fund to invest in. However, as we all know very well, past performance is not everything. Not just that, a fund with a small, fixed portfolio of such names is an unusual entity for any Indian investor, something that we must try and understand.Historically, there are few types of mutual funds that are simultaneously so useful as well as so ignored by Indian investors as international funds. [more....]

Sat May 01 15:58:00 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Experts rank Amazon's self-driving unit, Tesla, Waymo, and 12 other power players in the world of autonomy

Summary List Placement Though autonomous-vehicle companies are moving slowly toward making their technology available to the public, the industry's top tier is steadily becoming entrenched, according to two analysts from the research and consulting firm Guidehouse Insights. Each year, Guidehouse ranks some of the biggest names working on automated-driving technology, evaluating each on criteria including technology, strategy, and partnerships. Waymo once again placed first on Guidehouse's 2021 list , and was joined in the "leaders" category by Nvidia, Argo AI, and Baidu ? companies whose work received high marks from Guidehouse in 2020 . The bottom of Guidehouse's list also remained unchanged, with the firm ranking Tesla last while criticizing the electric-car maker's approach to testing its automated-driving technology. Here's how Guidehouse analysts Sam Abuelsamid and Scott Shepard ranked 15 of the top companies developing automated-driving tech. 15. Tesla Overall score: 34.7 Strategy: 24.0 Execution: 42.8 Highlights from Guidehouse's analysis: "Throughout 2020, Palo Alto, California-based Tesla continued to push out incremental updates for its self-proclaimed full self-driving (FSD) feature including the ability to recognize and respond to traffic signs and signals. "Like prior updates such as smart summon, both of the major 2020 updates have been problematic. [more....]

Fri Apr 30 14:40:01 UTC 2021

Business Insider: CEOs on post-pandemic work ? Insider's emerging book club ? Pfizer's Bourla named a top CEO

Summary List Placement Hello, Welcome to Insider Healthcare. I'm Andrew Dunn and this week in healthcare news: Healthcare CEOs tell us how the pandemic has changed the business world; Sen. Amy Klobuchar's new book on antitrust is a warning for Big Pharma; The CDC is easing mask-wearing guidance for vaccinated people. If you're new to this newsletter, sign up here. Tips, comments? Email me at or tweet @AndrewE_Dunn . After the pandemic, what's next? How much permanent change will the pandemic leave on the business world? About a year ago, Insider's newsroom asked more than 200 CEOs for their initial thoughts. Now, we've connected again with several dozen C-suite execs, including some big names in the healthcare space: Anthem's Gail Boudreaux , Google Health's Dr. Karen DeSalvo , and Pfizer's Albert Bourla among others. These are the people steering healthcare's future, and we got them to share their thoughts on the future of work-from-home, the industry's diversity and equity challenges, and lessons learned from the past year. (You can also check out the answers of some non-healthcare CEOs at places like Dropbox, Ogilvy, and Hooters.) Check out their answers here. [more....]

Thu Apr 29 14:50:04 UTC 2021

The Street: Preview: Amazon To Round Out Jim Cramer 'Gauntlet' With Huge Sales Gain - TheStreet

With potentially more than $105 billion in sales, Amazon's first quarter revenues could top the collective total of Tesla, JPMorgan, Johnson & Johnson, Visa and Nvidia. [more....]

Thu Apr 29 13:36:31 UTC 2021

The Street: Semiconductor Watchlist: AMD Is Dominating the Semiconductors - TheStreet

See buy or sell recommendations for Nvidia, Qualcomm, NXP, Broadcom, Taiwan Semiconductor, Intel, and more semiconductor stocks. [more....]


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