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Perhaps no other company has benefited more from the AI mania than chipmaker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA). Nvidia's earnings report was solid, but its guidance was so far ahead of Wall Street expectations that the stock jumped well over 30% and the company briefly joined the $1 trillion market cap club. What really stood out on the earnings call was how well the company's data center business performed.
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Recent technological advances shed light on virtual reality (VR) in recent months, making it an industry worth keeping a close eye on. Meta Platforms and Sony have dominated the VR space with their respective headsets for years. Meta has pivoted its business almost completely toward VR development and the metaverse.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) stock has delivered stunning gains of 84% so far in 2023, which may seem surprising given that the company's revenue and earnings are expected to shrink this year. Its earnings are forecasted to drop to $2.86 per share from $3.50 per share in 2022. The rich earnings multiple and the headwinds that AMD faces suggest that it may be too late for investors to buy into this semiconductor stock's growth spurt.
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The stock market as a whole had a pretty quiet month in May 2023. Cloud-based AI needs network security, where Cloudflare is a leader. Before we dive into what moved this trio of AI stocks higher in May, it should be noted that Cloudflare started from an unusually low level.
Tesla shares have gained nearly 30% in the past month as it approaches its next earnings release.
Chip maker Nvidia briefly broke into the exclusive club of companies that have a $1 trillion market cap. WSJ’s Asa Fitch breaks down how Nvidia got there—and why AI is fueling the company’s rapid growth. Photo illustration: Annie Zhao
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The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index wrapped up a historic month, outperforming the Dow Jones by the widest margin since October 2001.
In fact, the S&P 500 only advanced by a quarter of a percentage point in May. For a handful of technology stocks, however, May was a bullish blowout. Are the S&P 500's biggest winners from last month still worth buying at their newly inflated price?
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Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian compares Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) to answer which AI stock is the best one to buy now. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 30, 2023.