Published - May 24nd, 2023 @ 11:30 AM (GMT+2 )
NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), a leading provider of computer graphics processors and related software, is set to announce its Q1 FY24 results on May 24. While there are concerns about the company's revenue growth momentum, investors should also focus on inventory levels, revenue breakdown, and management's outlook for future quarters. These factors will provide insights into NVIDIA's growth trajectory and influence its stock performance.
Investors are cautious as revenue estimates may be missed. Capex cuts by enterprises and underwhelming sales of the RTX 40-series could impact NVIDIA's ability to meet market expectations. NVIDIA's company-wide revenue estimate for Q1 FY24 is $6.02 billion. However, the Street's consensus ranges from $6.48 billion to $6.75 billion, indicating that analysts might have yet to factored in recent developments.
Monitoring management's outlook and production cuts. Investors should pay attention to NVIDIA's management outlook for the upcoming quarter. Will they introduce new variants of GPUs to stimulate sales? Are production cuts underway, and what is their extent? Additionally, understanding the sales forecast for the coming months will provide insights into the duration of NVIDIA's growth slump and influence stock performance.
NVIDIA's valuation and potential market reaction. NVIDIA's valuation, trading over 28 times the company's trailing twelve-month sales, raises concerns given the anticipated growth slowdown. With the possibility of missing revenue estimates in the Q1 earnings report, investors should be prepared for potential market reactions. Analyzing factors such as management's outlook, production cuts, and sales forecasts will be crucial in determining the trajectory of NVIDIA's growth and the corresponding stock performance.
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