Nvidia (NVDA) Share CFD Trading

The Nvidia Corporation plays a vital role in the AI industry, which expands with geometric progression. This makes NVDA shares attractive to investors and traders worldwide. Interested? Start trading NVDA shares CFD with FXOpen today.
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What Is Nvidia Share CFD Trading?

Nvidia share CFD (Contract for Difference) trading is a financial derivative trading method that allows traders to speculate on the price movements of the Nvidia Corporation's stock but with no need to own them. Nvidia stock uses the ticker NVDA.

Nvidia is a well-known technology company that specialises in graphics processing units (GPUs), artificial intelligence (AI), and other technology-related products.

NVDA is one of the constituents of leading stock market indices such as S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100.

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Historical Price Performance of NVDA

Here are the most significant historical price movements of the NVDA share price:

The Nvidia Corporation went public on the 22nd of January, 1999. The first 2-for-1 stock split took place on the 27th of June, 2000. By that time, NVDA traded at around $150.

After a year, the corporation decided to split its stocks again. The 2-for-1 split occurred on the 12th of September, 2001.

On the 7th of April, 2006, Nvidia held the third split on the same basis. By that time, the stock price had reached around $60.

On the 11th of September, 2007, the fourth split on a 3-for-2 basis took place. However, the shares only traded at around $50 each.

Substantial growth of Nvidia's stocks occurred in 2016, and they reached around $100 by year-end.

In the following years, the stock value kept rising. In 2020, despite market turbulence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it reached record highs, closing the year at around $521 per share.

On the 20th of July, 2021, Nvidia performed a 4-for-1 split. By the time the split was executed, the stock price surged to $700.

Major Factors That Affect the Value of NVDA

The value of the Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) is influenced by a variety of factors, both internal to the company and external economic and market conditions.

Nvidia's quarterly and annual financial results, including revenue, earnings, and profit margins, have a direct impact on its stock value. Strong financial performance can drive investor confidence and increase the company's valuation.

Nvidia's ability to innovate and introduce new products, especially in the GPU and AI segments, can significantly impact its value. New and competitive products can drive revenue growth and market share expansion.

Demand for Nvidia's GPUs for cryptocurrency mining can be a significant factor in its value. Cryptocurrency market dynamics can lead to fluctuations in Nvidia's stock price.

Trends in the technology industry, such as the growth of AI and machine learning, autonomous driving, and cloud computing, can have a significant impact on Nvidia's value.

Regulatory changes and government policies related to technology, trade, and intellectual property can impact Nvidia's operations.

Events such as the COVID-19 pandemic can disrupt supply chains, impact demand, and lead to market volatility, affecting Nvidia's value.

The company's strategic decisions regarding mergers and acquisitions, like the acquisition of Mellanox Technologies, can impact its long-term growth potential and value.

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