The Actual Recommended
NVIDIA Corporation Weekly Options Trade.....
** OPTION TRADE: Buy NVDA NOV 26 2021 310.000 CALLS at approximately $9.00.
(Actually bought for $8.55)
NVIDIA Corporation Weekly Options Trade
This trade could have been played out in
three (3) separate parts…..
Trade 1: Thursday, November 11, 2021
- Bought at 10:32 for $8.55
- Sold at 2:30 for $12.05
- Profit is 41%
Trade 2: Friday, November 12, 2021
- Bought at 9:52 for $7.50
- Sold at 11:26 for $12.07
- Profit is 61%
Trade 3: Monday, November 15, 2021
- Bought for $6.25
- Sold at Friday for $22.05
- Profit is 252%
Total Potential Profit is 354%
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The Original Major
Catalysts for the NVIDIA Corporation Weekly
1. Upcoming Earnings…..
NVIDIA Corporation is expected to
report earnings on November 17, 2021 after the market closes. Nvidia is expected to deliver a
year-over-year increase in earnings on higher revenues when it reports results
for the quarter ended October 2021.
of graphics chips for gaming and artificial intelligence is expected to post
quarterly earnings of $1.11 per share in its upcoming report, which represents
a year-over-year change of +52.1%.
expected to be $6.83 billion, up 44.5% from the year-ago quarter.
For the last
reported quarter, it was expected that NVIDIA Corporation would post earnings
of $1.01 per share when it actually produced earnings of $1.04, delivering a
surprise of +2.97%.
last four quarters, the company has beaten consensus EPS estimates four times.
Corporation is launching new technology to expand its reach in the automotive
industry, including a virtual driving assistant that can park a standard car
and a system to speed up the training of autonomous vehicles.
As part of
its fall new product event, centered around its "Omniverse"
simulation technology, Nvidia Chief Executive Jensen Huang said the company
will begin offering automakers a system called Drive Concierge. It uses Nvidia
hardware and artificial intelligence software to provide a variety of services,
including an autonomous driving function that allows a human-driven vehicle to
extension of the Omniverse strategy will be a system called "Omniverse
Replicator" that will simplify and speed up the tasks required to create a
virtual world for training automated vehicles.
Corporation, the world's biggest maker of graphics and artificial intelligence
chips, has been pushing for years to expand technology originally developed for
computer gaming and graphics into the auto industry.
is looking to capitalize on the intense competition among automakers to develop
vehicles that can drive themselves and deliver sophisticated entertainment and
information to the humans on board.
The firm is
working to put high-powered chips and software into vehicles, and also sell
technology that can create a highly detailed simulation of a factory to help
manufacturers cut costs when building new plants, or an artificial universe for
a robotaxi or self-driving truck to learn how to drive.
A number of
automakers, including Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz luxury vehicle brand, Volvo
Car AB and Nio, have partnered with Nvidia to catch up with Tesla Inc's lead in
NVIDIA Corporation announced in June 2020 a partnership to develop a new generation
of Mercedes vehicles with Nvidia's Nvidia Drive Orin AGX platform engineered in
to provide autonomous driving and other functions. The first of those Mercedes
vehicles is planned to launch in 2024.
Intelligent Vehicle Stack.....
additions of DRIVE Chauffeur, DRIVE Concierge and DRIVE Hyperion 8 at NVIDIA
GTC, the company looks all-in on improving the safety, efficiency, and
experience of driving in an autonomous vehicle. It isn't a single solution that
radically changes the autonomous vehicle experience, but rather when you gather
a combination of hardware and software solutions together to craft a better
user experience. That is what NVIDIA is doing with its new announcements.
Corporation keeps adding more features and capabilities to its autonomous
vehicle stack, and it's great to see. It is enabling autonomous vehicle
developers with the hardware and software needed to develop future vehicles,
and it takes a deep commitment and many dollars to do that.
Corporation also benefits by selling full-on supercomputers for AI
applications, which can go for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
NVIDIA Corporation benefits from largely working only with GPUs. Unlike AMD, it
doesn’t sell both CPUs and GPUs, and unlike Intel, it isn’t reentering the
discrete GPU market. The company is set to launch its own CPU code named Grace
to ensure it can provide its customers with its own CPU — but so far it’s been
able to focus all of its efforts on GPUs.
“Nvidia has had that part of the
market to itself. It has the resources to invest into the markets, both gaming
and the data center, which has helped it build its business,” Priestley said. “It has one product GPUs, basically.”
Luminar stock soared after the lidar
startup won a deal with Nvidia that could bring driverless or self-driving cars
to market faster.
Announcing the NVIDIA Corporation partnership Tuesday, Luminar
Technologies (LAZR) said its Iris lidar sensors will be used in the chip
giant's DRIVE Hyperion autonomous vehicle platform.
That platform accelerates the
"development of autonomous consumer vehicles with planned production
starting in 2024," the release said.
release suggested the companies plan to license the technology to global
"By offering automakers a
qualified, complete sensor suite featuring Luminar's lidar solution, on top of
NVIDIA's centralized high-performance compute and AI software, DRIVE Hyperion
provides everything needed to develop production autonomous vehicles," it said.
light detection and ranging systems, emit laser beams to help driverless or
self-driving cars "see" objects on the road, even in poor light and
weather, thus avoiding accidents.
use one forward-facing, long-range Luminar Iris lidar to enable highly
autonomous driving on highways.
the chip giant, Luminar's automotive lidar hardware and software technology is
both unique and scalable, making it a suitable complement for Nvidia's DRIVE
"Our collaboration with Luminar
bolsters the [Nvidia] ecosystem of companies that are focused on building
best-in-class technologies for enabling autonomous driving functionalities,"
Nvidia’s senior vice president of engineering, said in Tuesday's partnership
announcement. "Luminar is pioneering
a unique, scalable solution that complements the [Nvidia’s] platform."
5. Analysts Thoughts.....
kicked off its 2021 GTC conference on Tuesday and Rosenblatt analyst Hans
Mosesmann is effusive in his praise following CEO Jensen Huang’s keynote.
“Nvidia has planted the seeds of accelerated
computing triangulating the major parties to create a secular movement: gamers,
scientists, auto industry, operations optimization, robotics, and creators,” the analyst said.
the bold claim that the company is basically the leader in “accelerated”
computing, which is key to practically all AI/ML from now on in. Nvidia keeps
on broadening its full stack coverage of the space, which now includes CUDA
compiler technologies, accelerated specialized libraries, and a software suite
that covers the entire data center “at scale.”
keynote also touched upon the company’s Omniverse platform, which forms the
“structural foundation” for Meta’s Metaverse vision. And here Mosesmann doesn’t
hold back either, noting Nvidia is “so, so far ahead of any chip company in
virtual world dynamic it's not even close.”
also announced the Quantum-2 networking platform which incorporates the Quantum
2 InfiniBand switch, Bluefield, and CX7 NICs (network interface cards),
Mosesmann stresses that the main takeaway is that Nvidia’s announcements are
“largely software-centric” which serve to make Nvidia’s existing hardware “so
much more valuable.”
end to Mosesmann’s superlatives, who concludes, “Nvidia is a company that is
moving into another level entirely that we see as moving more and more into a
software IP-centric play.”
To this end,
Mosesmann reiterated a Buy rating for the tech behemoth and attached a
Street-high price target of $400. This implies upside of 35% from current
As well, NVIDIA
Corporation had its target price hoisted by equities researchers at Truist
Securities from $257.00 to $360.00 in a report issued on Wednesday. The
brokerage presently has a “buy” rating on the computer hardware maker’s stock.
Truist Securities’ price target would suggest a potential upside of 20.24% from
the company’s current price.