4 things I’m watching during NVIDIA results this week
In today’s video I watch at NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) to share my general thoughts on the 4-for-1 stock split and four things I’m watching during his May 26 earnings report.
Four things to watch out for when performing NVIDIA results
- NVIDIA is a giant in the semiconductor market. I want to see what kind of effect the current chip shortage is having on the whole business and how management is going to get around these issues.
- The gaming segment is typically the biggest revenue driver for NVIDIA each quarter. I’m curious to see if there is a decrease or slowdown in this segment as regions around the world continue to open up and businesses bring workers back to the office.
- The data center segment is the company’s second largest revenue driver. I want to see sequential revenue growth in this segment, as NVIDIA reported virtually no sequential revenue growth in its previous earnings report.
- The automotive segment is only a small portion of NVIDIA’s total revenue, but as the race for autonomous driving continues, I’m curious to see how this segment develops.
Click on the video below for all my thoughts.
* The stock prices used were the noon prices on May 21, 2021. The video was posted on May 21, 2021.
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