Long-term investors who buy great companies at fair to great prices never have to worry about bubbles.
Those who overpay and momentum chase are speculating they won’t be caught without a bathing suit when the tide goes out.
Nvidia has a 95% market share in $10,000 AI Superchips and is up 100% YTD.
Momentum chasers are gambling that “there is no price too high” for this hyper-growth blue-chip.
Nvidia is trading at 71X earnings, over twice its historical market-determined fair value.
It’s priced for 50% long-term growth. 22% is actually expected.
Nvidia is 80% overvalued, making the S&P in March 2000 look cheap by comparison.
In this article, I show you why NVIDIA’s next 60% crash could start as early as next week.
Nvidia is twice as volatile as the stock market, and its average bear market is a 54% crash; its median bear market is a 58% collapse.
With an average recession potentially going to cause Nvidia to miss earnings for the first time in 3.5 years, it’s time for speculators to take profits before the music stops.
Nvidia’s 6-year return potential is 130%, but this article shows you the prices at which Nvidia’s 6-year return potential becomes 300% to 500%.
In other words, I’ll show you NVIDIA is a sell today, but when it will become time to back up the truck on the world’s dominant AI chip company.