We have a few years before Nvidia will show the market it’s true earnings potential. When a thesis is not reflected in the revenue segments yet, there are typically lower entry points and ongoing volatility. You’ll see in the technical analysis that although I could not be more bullish on this stock long-term, there is weakness in the semiconductor sector and we hope this translates to a lower entry point for our readers.
The market is also in a fierce debate between AMD, Intel, and Nvidia and is also distracted by other chips, such as Micron and NXP. In my analysis, I look for growth. How big is the market relative to how big the company is now?
You can ignore Nvidia’s gaming revenue and other segments for the main trajectory that we are focused on. Gaming is great for stability and earnings reports, but the growth will not be from gaming (a market where Nvidia is already a mature, market leader). I’m also not focused on PC sales or the CPU-powered cloud, as the first is not a growth market and the second is not the piece in the cloud stack that will accelerate future technologies.
I’ve written at length about the Mellanox acquisition and it’s a great reference for Nvidia’s long-term strategy. In this report, I’d like to break down what the GPU-powered cloud is capable of and why it’s important to differentiate Nvidia’s strategy from the competitors (and some competitors to keep an eye on).Nvidia-Premium-Analysis-1