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NVDA Jun 2024 410.000 put

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Previous close0.0900
Open0.0700
Bid0.0500
Ask0.1000
Strike410.00
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range0.0700 - 0.0900
Contract rangeN/A
Volume3
Open interest1.03k
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    Nvidia earnings: What to watch

    Chip giant Nvidia (NVDA) is set to report fiscal 2025 first quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday, May 22. The company's stock has soared more than 80% so far this year. But as Yahoo Finance’s Madison Mills notes “can the chipmaking powerhouse deliver on lofty expectations?” “Many of the analysts are questioning the further upside and pop it could get from this particular earnings report because expectations are so high,” Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman explains. “And, of course, the focus is very much on the forecast for the coming quarter and the second half of the year.” Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland adds “the context in which they are reporting has changed quite a bit over the last month in that there’s now much more enthusiasm from investors around what the earnings picture is going to look like, not just in this quarter but over the balance of the year.” “The stock has actually crushed it over the past year and a half here. So you have to be cautious about when is something going to happen,” Moor Insights & Strategy Founder and CEO Patrick Moorhead says. “The company is going to clearly beat expectations on top line and EPS and will likely see a very positive guide,” Moorhead discusses, basing the analysis off of “two or three core things.” “Demand is off the rails,” development risk is “somewhat low,” and manufacturing. “There could be some risk in manufacturing from TSMC (TSM) and that would be the place to look,” Moorhead notes. This post was written by Mariela Rosales.

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    Why you shouldn't be afraid of AI slashing jobs: Strategist

    While Nvidia (NVDA) is set to report its earnings this week as Fedspeak is underway, HSBC Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Americas CIO Jose Rasco joins Catalysts to discuss how the two may impact the market (^DJI,^GSPC, ^IXIC). "The market is rebalancing risk and reward, and that's what you're seeing play out," Rasco explains. He points to the diffusion of new technologies, as companies across all sectors are looking to find efficiencies and expand revenues: "That's how we view the next phase of investing in this bull market, is the broadening out of the tech sector and the broadening out of these technologies throughout the other sectors in the economy." He adds that there are signs of growth momentum despite the cyclical side of the economy slowing. While consumers are cutting back on spending habits, "real earnings, real incomes are still positive. That's a huge factor." Rasco explains that secular drivers are a sign of an economic slowdown rather than a recession and that investors can play the broadening in a higher-for-longer environment by focusing on the technology, communication services, and healthcare sectors. As all eyes are on the Federal Reserve's next interest rate decision, Rasco believes the next move will be a cut. He says that Nvidia and the AI boom will contribute to deflation across several sectors, ultimately resulting in lower prices for goods and services: "I think over the next 12 to 24 months, that's going to help push the inflation rate down as well." He explains that AI flooding the market is not necessarily bad news for jobs, comparing the situation to the "Amazon effect." Rasco says, "Many, many politicians talked about the Amazon effect and how horrible that was because we lost 300,000 jobs in retail in the last business cycle. We gained 1.4 million jobs in logistics, distribution, warehousing, trucking, and they were higher-paying jobs. So yes, we're in for change. And yes, change is scary. But we think we're going to have a better economy, more resilient economy, and we think smarter cities and all that will benefit the average American." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Catalysts. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    Ether ETF hopes, Macy's earnings, Nvidia: 3 Things

    Stock futures (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are muted on Tuesday morning after the tech-heavy Nasdaq recorded a new record closing high on Monday. The moves are tied to AI optimism, as investors await Nvidia's first-quarter results (NVDA). First-quarter retail earnings from Macy's (M) and Lowe's (LOW) provided a fresh read on the state of the consumer. Macy's beat expectations as it weighs a future between a turnaround and a buyout. Lowe's beat on earnings and revenue even as consumers spent less on DIY projects. Ethereum (ETH-USD) and bitcoin (BTC-USD) are surging on renewed hopes of a new class of US exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tied to ether. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This article was written by Gabriel Roy.