How Can I Invest In NVIDIA?

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Nvidia is a leading technology company at the forefront of innovation in graphics processing units (GPUs), artificial intelligence, and accelerated computing. The company’s technology powers innovative solutions in gaming, data centres, automotive, and more. With strong growth prospects and profitability, Nvidia is an attractive investment opportunity. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about investing in Nvidia stock.

An Introduction to Nvidia

 

Founded in 1993, Nvidia pioneered the GPU and revolutionised computer graphics. Today, the company designs and manufactures computer chips and software for gaming, professional visualisation, data centres, and automotive.

Key facts about Nvidia:

  • Pioneer in GPU technology and accelerated computing
  • Leader in gaming graphics and artificial intelligence
  • $421 billion market capitalisation, making it one of the largest semiconductor companies
  • Generated $27 billion revenue and $4.4 billion net income in fiscal 2023
  • Founder-led by CEO Jensen Huang since inception

 

Why Invest in Nvidia?

 

Here are some of the key reasons why Nvidia makes for a compelling long-term investment:

  • Capitalising on growing demand for computing power and AI
  • Profitable and financially strong company
  • Leader in gaming graphics cards and platforms
  • Investing heavily in AI, autonomous vehicles, and other growth markets
  • Has history of innovation and industry disruption
  • Potential for accelerated growth from investments in AI
  • Rebound expected in core gaming market

How to Buy Nvidia Stock

 

Investing in Nvidia is straightforward. You can purchase shares through any online brokerage account. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Open a brokerage account at a provider like Fidelity, Vanguard, or Charles Schwab
  2. Deposit money into your account
  3. Enter Nvidia’s stock ticker symbol “NVDA” and order your desired number of shares or dollar amount
  4. Complete your buy order for Nvidia stock

Once your order is filled, you’ll be a shareholder and own part of this innovative company.

 

Our Advice*

But before you do , you might want to consider investing into companies whom have a lower stock price but are championed by NVIDIA.

 

Should You Buy Nvidia Stock?

 

Nvidia is an excellent investment for long-term investors seeking exposure to AI, gaming, data centres, and accelerated computing. Key reasons to consider buying:

  • Leveraging leadership in GPUs to enable groundbreaking AI
  • Poised to benefit enormously from AI boom
  • Gaming revenues expected to rebound over time
  • History of driving innovations that shape the future
  • Financially strong with solid cash flows
  • Reasonable valuation given growth prospects

However, risks to consider include increased competition, gaming market volatility, macroeconomic conditions affecting spending, and execution risks with new initiatives like automotive.

 

Nvidia and NextGen Cloud

 

An exciting recent development is Nvidia’s partnership with NextGen Cloud, an elite NVIDIA partner and leading cloud infrastructure provider.

NextGen Cloud just announced a $1 billion investment to build one of Europe’s first AI superclouds powered by Nvidia technology. Once complete in 2024, this supercloud will enable European companies to execute AI applications and research within the region’s jurisdiction.

Nvidia’s computing power will essentially serve as the engine behind European businesses leveraging the potential of AI innovations. This partnership expands Nvidia’s reach and could drive additional revenue growth.

NextGen Cloud & New Capital Link

 

New Capital Link has championed NextGen Cloud for many years, recognising their enormous potential early on. We were one of the only investment specialists to see what NextGen could become.

 

Now our clients are poised to earn even higher returns than we predicted, as Nvidia’s partnership validates what we saw in NextGen from the start.

 

Nvidia is a prestigious brand, and their collaboration with NextGen Cloud demonstrates the value of the relationships alternative investment firms like us cultivate. The outsized returns coming from small shops focused on research and relationship building simply outweigh the minimal gains from big name houses.

 

With their AI expertise, NextGen Cloud is likely to become a unicorn. Don’t miss out on buying into the next Google early days. As Rachel Buscall, CEO of New Capital Link, says:

 

“Our deep relationship with the NextGen Cloud team has given us incredible insight into their capabilities. We couldn’t be more thrilled at the immense potential this partnership with Nvidia unlocks. Our clients who invested early will reap enormous rewards for seeing the future as clearly as we did.” – Rachel Buscall (CEO New Capital Link)

 

The bottom line is if you aren’t yet involved with NextGen Cloud, contact us immediately. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on.

 

Initial Public Offering Specialists

 

With a track record of identifying winners like NextGen Cloud early, New Capital Link has established itself as a leading specialist in new Initial Public Offerings.

Our team has a nose for disruptive innovation and partners with companies poised to become market leaders. We leverage our institutional knowledge and connections to secure highly coveted allocations for our clients prior to public listing.

Past successes include securing early investor shares in companies like Innovation Agritech and Intergroup Mining at steep discounts compared to their opening day prices.

At New Capital Link, we’re motivated by a vision of prosperity for all. We level the playing field so regular investors can build wealth right alongside institutions and the ultra-wealthy.

Our personal guidance and introductions provide access to exclusive opportunities most never see. But for savvy investors who recognise true value early, the rewards can be life-changing.

Are you ready to partner with specialists who pave the private path to prosperity? Reach out now to learn how we can help guide you through emerging IPO opportunities. Your journey to financial freedom may be closer than you think. Simply fill out the form below and we will give you a call!

 

by Rachel Buscall

by Rachel Buscall

Co-Founder & Managing Director at New Capital Link. Having started her career in the financial sector, Rachel demonstrated a natural flair for entrepreneurship.

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