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From: Frank Sully4/17/2021 7:08:04 PM
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Nvidia records stellar Q1 as block reward miners outperform forecasts

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From: Frank Sully4/17/2021 7:11:56 PM
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How High Can Nvidia Go From Here?

Nvidia continues to run to all-time highs. Here's a look at where the stock could go from here.

Bret Kenwell
Apr 16, 2021 2:01 PM EDT

Nvidia ( NVDA) - Get Report might be down almost 1% on Friday but lately the stock has been on fire.

It's still up more than 1% for the week and will finish higher for the third consecutive week.

Helping drive the stock's current rally was the company’s GTC event, where a keynote presentation from CEO Jensen Huang helped unleash a flood of buying among investors and drove the stock to new all-time highs.

Nvidia has drawn the praise of analysts too. For instance, Raymond James analysts recently raised their price target to $750 from $700 as they eye a rebound in enterprise spending and Nvidia’s new chip.

We have done well with Nvidia's technicals, too.

In March, I analyzed the stock as it probed for a bottom. Then earlier this month, the stock gave bulls a monthly-up rotation, setting the stage for an explosive rally over the prior 52-week highs near $615.

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From: Frank Sully4/17/2021 7:16:22 PM
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Nvidia Shares Up 11% This Week On New Supercomputing Chip

Shares of graphics chip maker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) jumped 11% this week after the company announced its new Grace chip created specifically for artificial intelligence data centers.

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From: Frank Sully4/17/2021 7:20:44 PM
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With Grace, Nvidia goes back to the future of data centers

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From: Frank Sully4/17/2021 8:11:49 PM
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NVIDIA takes AI into the heart of cybersecurity with Morpheus

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From: Glenn Petersen4/19/2021 9:22:23 AM
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UK intervenes in Nvidia's takeover of ARM on security grounds

Reuters
April 19, 2021

Britain said on Monday it would intervene in SoftBank's (9984.T) sale of chip designer ARM Holdings to U.S. group Nvidia (NVDA.O) on national security grounds, and had requested a report on the implications of the $40 billion deal.

Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden said: "Following careful consideration of the proposed takeover of ARM, I have today issued an intervention notice on national security grounds.

"As a next step and to help me gather the relevant information, the UK’s independent competition authority will now prepare a report on the implications of the transaction, which will help inform any further decisions."

The deal, which was announced in September, puts a vital supplier to multiple silicon chip makers under the control of a single player, generating pushback from regulators and rivals to Nvidia, the biggest U.S. chip company by market capitalisation.

ARM, which was founded and is still based in Cambridge, England, does not make chips but has created an instruction set architecture on which it bases designs for computing cores.

Its chip designs and technology is licensed to customers like Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), Apple (AAPL.O)and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS).

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From: Frank Sully4/20/2021 10:16:40 AM
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A Red-Hot Reason Why NVIDIA's Blockbuster Growth Is Here to Stay

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From: Frank Sully4/20/2021 1:47:02 PM
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Nvidia Steps Up Enterprise And Automotive Efforts With GTC Announcements

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From: Frank Sully4/20/2021 2:08:01 PM
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Nvidia wants to put an AI in charge of in-game haptics

pcgamer.com

I had to look up the definition of "haptic".

hap·tic

/'haptik/


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adjective
adjective: haptic
  • relating to the sense of touch, in particular relating to the perception and manipulation of objects using the senses of touch and proprioception.

    "haptic feedback devices create the illusion of substance and force within the virtual world"

  • noun
    plural noun: haptics
  • 1. the use of technology that stimulates the senses of touch and motion, especially to reproduce in remote operation or computer simulation the sensations that would be felt by a user interacting directly with physical objects.

    "their research is centered on human-computer interaction specifically focusing on wearable computing, haptics, and video games"

  • 2. the perception of objects by touch and proprioception, especially as involved in nonverbal communication.

    "haptics is that subsystem of nonlanguage communication which conveys meaning through physical contact"

  • Origin

    late 19th century: from Greek haptikos ‘able to touch or grasp’, from haptein ‘fasten’.

    Use over time for: haptic


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    From: Frank Sully4/20/2021 2:28:56 PM
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    Cerebras launches new AI supercomputing processor with 2.6 trillion transistors

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