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S&P Global Ratings upgraded Nvidia's $NVDA+0.8% rating to 'A+' from 'A' with the expectation that the chipmaker will be able to generate stronger growth over the next few years.

NVDA

Nvidia

NVDA
$1,148.25 $9.24 +0.81%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
2.9T
Enterpr. Val.
2.9T
Valuation
P/E
62.6
P/S
36.1
Dividends
Yield
0.0%
Payout
0.9%

Nvidia is considered a "major beneficiary of rapid investment in generative artificial intelligence (AI) from cloud service providers and enterprises."

' The new rating reflects a complete solution from silicon to systems to software, which we believe represents a major competitive advantage in the medium term."

What do you, and Nvidia, hold steady?


He may very well keep going, but jumping in at the moment doesn't seem sensible to me anymore.

The valuation is completely meaningless according to the numbers. This is probably going to make a few investors unhappy.

It is, but that doesn't mean they can't continue to grow.

Sure - trend is your friend, but only for the brave.

I don't own shares of $NVDA+0.8%, so I just follow the stock.

Too much wilderness for me 😄

I agree :)

The trend may continue, as may the rise in Nvda's share price thanks to AI. But I don't want to be there when it pops, so I'm not holding.

But what if that valuation starts to make sense in light of new products and technologies that are gradually being monetized?

What does that remind me of...nifty fifty?;)