Nvidia: Not Best Place For AI Bets


  • Nvidia Corporation’s Q1 results showed strong revenue growth, driven by the growth of their Data Center segment.
  • The company’s quarterly free cash flow has increased significantly, leading to share repurchases and an increase in dividends.
  • Despite the good news, the valuation of Nvidia stock raises questions about its long-term returns and suggests that other businesses utilizing AI may offer better investment opportunities.

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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) has continued to amaze the world as it stands first in line on the AI wave. Following positive Q1 results in late May, share prices finally pushed through the $1,000 mark.

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