Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 16 Nov 2018.
Why haven't we seen the bottom fall out of their GPU pricing if they have such an over supply issue? I guess with minimal competition at the high end they can afford to protect profit margins but you would have thought they would be keen to reduce inventory.
Quoting this purely for "teh lolz"
Nvidia to create their own cryptocurrency to get people buying again? As ridiculous as that is, I think it's more likely than price drops to clear stock.
Y'know, that was forefront in my mind when I wrote the piece, and I was torn between "mention that the market has been a bit punishing for underperforming tech stocks over the last couple of months, but then get accused of going easy on Nvidia and thus being anti-AMD" and "don't mention it so that the two articles can stand on a level playing field, but get accused of being anti-Nvidia this time."
Damned if you do, damned if you don't!
Indeed, especially since some are arguing that Nvidia needs to be punished less as the previous sell-off counts as having priced in the bad news already...only to then cut the 12 month target price anyway:
Eef. Feel sorry for anyone who went long on that advice!
I think you could change your heading from slide to nosedive. It's gone from 220 to 144 in 4 days.
Sheesh - you ain't wrong.
Here's AMD, for comparison:
And Intel, why not:
What about Nissan/Renault/Mitsubishi, now that we're on the stock topic...?
Gets even worse if you go back to October 1st ($289).
RTFLOPS by The_Crapman posted 20 Nov 2018 at 17:49
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