NVIDIA’s Stock Price: A Technical Analysis Amidst AI Expansion

Gary Thomson, Chief Operating Officer FXOpen UK

NVIDIA, a leading manufacturer of high-quality graphics cards, has recently experienced a decline in its stock price.


After the close of the New York trading session yesterday, NVIDIA’s stock reached its lowest value over the five-day moving average. This development is noteworthy as NVIDIA has shown resilience in an era where many companies and private users are reducing their dependence on physical hardware in favour of cloud-based solutions. However, NVIDIA’s unique position in the graphics card industry has allowed it to thrive, particularly in the realm of cryptocurrency mining rigs. Still, the company has recognised the need to diversify its offerings and has embraced the booming field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Cryptocurrency and Graphics Cards

NVIDIA’s success in recent years can be attributed, in part, to its status as the go-to manufacturer of graphics cards for cryptocurrency mining. Cryptocurrency mining often relies on the processing power of graphics cards, making NVIDIA’s products integral to this industry. This association led to significant revenue growth for the company, propelling it into the ranks of trillion-dollar corporations.

The Pivot to Artificial Intelligence

NVIDIA’s strategic pivot towards Artificial Intelligence is a testament to its forward-thinking approach. In the last quarter, the company reported an impressive $13.5 billion in revenue, exceeding analysts’ predictions by at least $2 billion. NVIDIA’s A100 and H100 graphical processing units (GPUs) have become essential components in AI applications, particularly for avid gamers who require GPUs capable of processing vast amounts of data swiftly.

The company’s commitment to AI is further underscored by its participation in a White House-led initiative to establish AI standards. NVIDIA and seven other leading tech companies have agreed to voluntary disclosure, safety, and security requirements for the AI tools and services they develop. This proactive stance in shaping AI’s future suggests NVIDIA’s strong position in the industry.


The recent decline in NVIDIA’s stock price may appear contrary to the company’s forward-looking initiatives in the field of AI. While the exact reasons for the recent dip in share prices require further analysis, it is essential to recognise that stock markets are influenced by a multitude of factors, including short-term sentiment and broader economic conditions.

The market movements will provide insights into whether traders begin to reposition their thoughts regarding NVIDIA’s future direction, considering the company’s deepening involvement in AI. It’s important to remember that stock prices often exhibit short-term fluctuations, and investors should consider the company’s long-term growth potential, its position in the AI industry, and its ability to adapt to changing market dynamics.

NVIDIA’s foray into AI is undoubtedly a strategic move that aligns with the evolving technological landscape. Whether the market recognises this vision and reevaluates NVIDIA’s stock price remains to be seen, but the company’s commitment to innovation suggests a promising future.

This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only. It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

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