NVIDIA's Strategic Stock Split Makes Investing More Affordable After A 213% Surge, Eyeing A $10 Billion AI Revenue Boom

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  • Nvidia’s recent announcement of a 10-for-1 stock split will reduce its stock price to approximately $120 per share.
  • The stock split has made Nvidia’s shares more accessible to a broader range of investors.
  • Nvidia has recently become a $3 trillion company.
  • The company is poised to benefit from global investments projected up to $10 billion by 2024.

NVIDIA Corp’s NVDA stock price recently jumped dramatically, hitting around $1,200 per share. However, they announced a 10-for-1 stock split, which is bringing the price down to about $120 per share.

This move came after a 213% increase in stock price over the course of a year, pushing NVIDIA into the elite $3 trillion market cap club.

While splits like this can make shares more accessible to regular investors, they can also increase market activity and volatility.

NVIDIA’s stock surge reflects its strong position in AI computing. Wall Street is optimistic, with analysts raising price targets due to growth from AI investments.

The AI sector is expanding, and NVIDIA stands to gain as more firms integrate AI into their strategic plans.

A key factor in NVIDIA’s success is the increased government investment in AI across regions like Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.

These investments, focused on using NVIDIA’s GPUs for AI development, are expected to bring in significant revenue, possibly up to $10 billion by 2024.

NVIDIA’s performance has been strong leading up to the stock split. In June, it saw a 10% increase, bringing the year-to-date rise to 143%.

The stock’s trajectory notably changed after surpassing the $1,000 level on May 23. Following a consolidation phase between $756 and $974, post-earnings, the stock not only crossed above $1,000 but surged by an additional 18%.

While there might be some selling pressure post-split, key support levels like the $1,000 psychological level and the former resistance at $974 are anticipated to stabilize the stock price and cushion its decline if one occurs.

Investors are closely monitoring the market’s reaction to NVIDIA’s stock split on Monday, adjusting their strategies to navigate this new landscape.

After the closing bell on Friday, June 7, the stock closed at $120.89, trading down by 0.17%.

 

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