|Company name||NVIDIA Corporation|
|Live stock price||[stckqut]NVDA[/stckqut]|
|P/E compared to competitors||Good|
|Confident Investor Rating||Fair|
|Target stock price (TWCA growth scenario)||$25.79|
|Target stock price (averages with growth)||$21.93|
|Target stock price (averages with no growth)||$11|
|Target stock price (manual assumptions)||$21.63|
The following company description is from Google Finance: http://www.google.com/finance?q=nvda
NVIDIA Corporation (NVIDIA) is engaged in creating the graphics chips used in personal computers (PCs). The Company operates in three segments: graphics processing unit (GPU) Business, professional solutions business (PSB) and consumer products business (CPB). Its mobile processors are used in cell phones, tablets and auto infotainment systems. Designers use GPUs to create visual effects in movies and create everything from golf clubs to jumbo jets. NVIDIA solutions are based on two technologies: the GPU and the mobile processor. GPUs are the engines of visual computing, the science and art of using computers to understand, create and enhance images. It has three GPU product brands: GeForce, Quadro and Tesla. During the fiscal year ended January 29, 2012 (fiscal 2012), it acquired Icera Inc. In fiscal 2012, it launched Project Maximus. Effective July 29, 2013, NVIDIA Corp acquired Portland Group Inc, a wholesaler of parallel computing software, from STMicroelectronics NV.
Confident Investor comments: At this time, I think that a Confident Investor can cautiously invest in NVIDIA Corporation as long as the price is correct. Most of the fundamentals of this company are good but there are some concerns.
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