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  • Writer's pictureT. Livingston

Nvidia: Still The Leader With Much Higher Prices Likely To Come

Nvidia has been on everyone's radar since late 2023. After all, with artificial intelligence starting to shape our lives, it makes sense that a stock like Nvidia would be poised to profit handsomely. Because of this, Nvda has been the number one stock I have focused on for many months now. I bought it in late 2023 and sold it earlier this year. After rallying from $500 to over $950, some may believe that Nvidia's time is finished. However, when we look at NVDA's chart there are a few clues that indicate to me that higher prices are likely to come.

First, after breaking out from a monster base, NVDA was up eleven weeks in a row. That is a clear sign of institutional buying. In addition, since that point, NVDA has held up relatively well with tight action occurring near the 10-week line. Furthermore, NVDA is still the dominate leader in the semiconductor space and its' monster estimates for 2024 are there for a reason.

I will be monitoring Nvidia in the coming days for an appropriate buy point.


Risk right. Sit tight.


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