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As the trading day comes to a close, Yahoo Finance Live breaks down the top tickers of the day, including Lululemon, SentinelOne, and AI stocks such as Nvidia and C3.ai.
Just a handful of tech stocks, including Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Tesla, and Amazon are responsible for the most of the big gains we have seen in the Nasdaq. Michele Schneider, Chief Strategist at Marketgauge.com tells Yahoo Finance Live why she thinks it would be "healthy" to see some of these stocks pull back.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) has caught the attention of Wall Street this year, with its stock up 82% since Jan. 1. Investors have rallied as the company's potential in the future of artificial intelligence (AI) has strengthened. Here are three things about AMD that smart investors know.
Artificial intelligence was a hot topic when companies addressed investors on their most recent earnings calls.
Dividends and tech stocks don't often go together. Many tech companies are so focused on growth, that there isn't much cash left over at the end of the day to fund a dividend. In fact, if you're looking for a balance between growth and income, dividend-paying tech stocks are a great place to start.
In this podcast, Motley Fool senior analysts Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: Nvidia's AI-fueled earnings report and the company's historic pop. Intuit's latest results and how proposed IRS free-file software could affect the company.
Nvidia's (NASDAQ: NVDA) latest results fit this description perfectly, although the key focus of its report was its outlook. Before this quarter, Nvidia struggled to drum up demand for its graphics processing units (GPUs) thanks to a weak PC market. This headwind is still raging, as GPUs used for crypto mining and gaming continue to struggle -- gaming revenue was down 38% to $2.24 billion in Q1 of FY 2024 (ending April 30).
The legendary investor won't be concerned about potentially missing out on a huge AI opportunity.
Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian elaborates on how the rise of AI is likely to bring more competition to Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA). *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 30, 2023.
During a banner month for AI stocks, C3.ai (NYSE: AI) was among the big winners, jumping a whopping 125%, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. C3.ai stock, which has been volatile all year, jumped on a better-than-expected preliminary earnings report; it concluded its short-seller investigation without finding any wrongdoing and got another tailwind when Nvidia gave much better guidance than expected for the second quarter, showing investors that demand for AI chips is soaring. Most of the stock's gains in the second half of the month after the earnings report, and it then soared following the Nvidia news.
The chipmaker delivered an upbeat sales forecast and believes that generative AI will usher in a new computing era.
Intel stock has not benefited much from the AI craze, but could the market be wrong about this chip giant?
The growth in artificial intelligence (AI) servers is positive news for Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA), as AI servers are equipped with accelerators -- like Nvidia's graphics processing unit (GPU) -- which hold most of the AI market share.
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After NVIDIA's (NASDAQ:NVDA) astounding AI-fueled earnings results and guidance last week, its valuation briefly vaulted past the $1 trillion mark and Wall Street analysts scrambled to jack up estimates on the company. But that massive surge makes Nvidia a tricky buy right now: InvestingPro’s fair value algorithm calls the stock overvalued at current levels, with some 30% potential downside risk.
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The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index wrapped up a historic month, outperforming the Dow Jones by the widest margin since October 2001.
In this video, I will talk about what Wall Street analysts think of Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) after the blowout second-quarter guidance. Whether there is still time to buy or if you should sell the high-flying stock.
Chipmaker Nvidia's (NASDAQ: NVDA) shares soared 25% in extended trading May 24 on the back of blowout numbers for the company's fiscal 2024 first quarter, ended April 30. Nvidia's revenue and earnings have handily beaten consensus estimates, driven by solid demand for artificial intelligence (AI) chips. The data center segment is back in solid growth mode and well-positioned to benefit from the rapid uptake of generative AI capabilities by enterprises across industries and functions.
Nova and Micron Technology have been highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day.
Investing in AI (artificial intelligence) can be a bit tricky, as the hype of the technology has caused many stocks to become wildly overvalued, leaving hardly any room for future growth (I'm looking at you, Nvidia). Whether you're investing in a hardware play like Nvidia or a firm that has integrated AI into its software, AI can significantly change how business is done. One of the key players in AI that isn't getting the respect it deserves is Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL).
Generative AI needs lots of expensive new chips, so don't sleep on fab equipment leaders like Applied Materials.
Salesforce is pivoting to profitability. Will it have enough resources to also invest in AI so it can stay competitive in the tech industry?
Every time you turn around, AI has done something amazing. These three companies are set to capitalize on the AI revolution.