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SqueezeFinder Update - Jan 26th 2024

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ARM good for AI applications / adoption?

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This is a small dumb little thing but it's HUGE in its Implications - Google Puts Chrome On Windows ARM - Effectively Seeding Chromebooks

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Strangely the US wants to Intel to succeed but their price does not look that way

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TSM - I was right, kind of, and i think there's still more value here.

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NVIDIA - 2023 Q4 earnings projections

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Can someone help contextualize ARM versus AMD, NVDA, INTC, or other semiconductor companies

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Arm Holdings: Setting Our Sights High with a $110 Price

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SqueezeFinder Update - Jan 10th 2024

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CES 2024 Unveils Qualcomm and Bosch’s Cockpit and ADAS Integration

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$ARM Announces Earnings Report Date for Q3

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SqueezeFinder Update - Jan 9th 2024

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ARM holding fees charged by Fidelity?

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ARM holding fees charged by Fidelitym

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SqueezeFinder Update - ARM Holdings

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SqueezeFinder Update - Jan 8th 2024

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Credit spreads

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ARM is Worth $1000 - Everything Runs On ARM - What Doesn't WILL - 10 Year Play - X86 is DEAD

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SqueezeFinder Update - Dec 28th 2023

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Remember to Withdraw 7K and Max Out your Roth January 1st

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Intel Corporation: INTC’s Latest Strides and Challenges

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Puts on $INTC. Intel Meteor Lake Analysis - Core Ultra 7 155H only convinces with GPU performance

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$ARM and All my Dividend Stocks Holding Up My Portfolio Today Against the Mag 7

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$ARM=All this stupid talk that Softbank is gonna dump is WRONG. This is softbanks Sees Candies/WarrenBuffetStyle. PT 65-70+ coming, why?....

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Wall Street is telling you to sell NVDA

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How important are the "normal" cores in an AI workload? Do AI-specific chips like Microsoft's actually threaten Nvidia's business?

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What to do with investment property proceeds

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Low liquidity benefits

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Why is currency arbitrage not prevalent in mortgages?

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$ARM down 6%; Semiconductors drop amid weak Arm outlook

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SqueezeFinder Update - Nov 9th 2023

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SqueezeFinder Update - Nov 8th 2023

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Obsessed with Chip Makers

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Intel Corporation is in DEEP trouble.

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What do you guys think of CHINA names?

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Is Nvidia the future?

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My Portfolio is down 8.4% should I pannick

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Spy die why

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10/10/2023 - Put options to sell with highest return sorted by %OTM ($50-$100, DTE<14)

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Is Zurich Investments a legitimate company?

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Waiting for the carpet tug on this amazing “AI” stock (ARM)

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Will ARM go up?

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$ARM Low Volume

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I finally qualify to play.

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ARM IPO Technical Analysis

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POWERFUL AI COMPANY 9PE

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What should i do with the ARM shares bought at IPO 🤔

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New rule allows faster listing of options after IPO / ARM Holdings options listed today

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ARM options?

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Question regarding ARM holding fees

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What IPOs from 2020-2021 are worth buying now in 2023?

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Can't believe I am holding Masayoshi Son's ARM bags

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WSB members demanding options for ARM this week

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ELI5: When is it okay to buy an IPO?

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Instacart Seeks a $10B Valuation After ARM’s Successful IPO

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$ARM to the moon

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Where the ARM dealers at

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when does options trading open for ARM

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Forgot to confirm my ARM IPO order for 10K, now its up 25%

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No ARM for S&S ISA?

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The ARM stock is a gainer due to a positive analyst report from Bank of America. The analyst upgraded ARM's price target from $150 to $180, citing more licensees adopting ARM's technology to deliver power-efficient processors for client and data center applications. This suggests that ARM is well-positioned as a play on the growing AI market

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Can't believe ARM has already surpassed AMD. AMD took forever to get to where it is now. ARM IPO'd only last year.

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oh yeah, ARM and nVda going bonkeres!

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ARM is bonkers. I cannot fathom what people are thinking here. Or why SoftBank isn’t unloading their stake.

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ARM added to the QQQ wasn’t priced in

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ARM P/E 605 . bruhh ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)

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How can people buy ARM when most of u guys are probably not even going to the gym you basement dwellers. conflict of interest

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Can I get a "Hell, yeah!" for ARM? Where my ARM bros at?

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![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258) ARM

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It is all positioning. ARM into Nasdaq. NVDA XLK. AVGO Spilt. And then what? This is what you call a blow off the top. I make some money and head to the Hamptons for the summer baby.

Why is ARM up big today?

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ARM killing it dude. Just wish I had more

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Holy fuck ARM went crazy today

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Does anyone have their crystal ball and can tell me whether ARM getting added to the Nasdaq 100 is priced in yet?

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Been holding since IPO. ARM is a solid pick.

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Went short on APPL yestday afternoon. Opened a put spread on ARM just now.

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What the hell is ARM doing with a P/E of 552.72 and a forward P/E of 106.38!?!

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Put your ARM right up my pooper and gimme a thumbs up

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ARM giving me a 3rd arm ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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I don’t know about all that $1 spread stuff, stands to reason those are pretty plentiful. Looking at the 1m chart, ARM is up ~30%. Looking at the 3m chart, I smell put country near 150. Not a big support/resistance follower, but ARM is currently pushing the upper resistance higher. The gap is so wide, it’s meaningless. (~53-170)

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Someone please explain ARM’s stock chart plz for the rest of us. What the heck lol

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Shouldve held my MU shares and bought ARM this morning 😢

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should’ve kept my ARM calls

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It's up 55% because ARM said they're gonna start doing their own in house chips for AI instead of leasing designs to people. That means all ARM based chips like Snapdragon and AAPL is fucked should ARM really choose to do so.

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ARM ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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Should’ve waited more before sell my ARM call but hey profit is absolutely profit ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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ARM up 55% in one month for no reason ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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Remember when regards here said to sell ARM due to LoCkUp PeRiOdS

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![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258) ARM

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I sold when it went back to $195 and bought $9000 worth of NVIDIA in March 2024. My NVIDIA has gone up by about 56% in 3 months. I am not sure what growth Apple Intelligence is supposed to bring and I am not certain Apple will grow any faster than Amazon, Microsoft or the various Semiconductor stocks (ARM, AMD, TSM, Qualcomm, etc)

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ARM has had quite the month jeeez

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ARM and SMH also really nice picks in my opinion

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Current LEAPS, and their strikes, all January 2026 expiration. ARM $160 ASML $1000 AVGO $1520/$2500 spread NVDA $86 SMCI $850

QCOM is going to bring ARM revolution to PC. It’s the next NVDA, and the last nail in the INTC’s coffin.

Man, use the search function. There's so many Intel posts, and everyone always gives the same thoughts. Yes, there's salty shareholders. Yes, there's risk of ARM, and yes, it's overblown. No, they aren't a big Ai player, but could be in the future. If you just look at any of the other 50 Intel posts, they'll all tell you a similar story. Past sucked, future is better, but a lot of people still can't get over the past. Also, Nvidia barely competes with Intel, and has even promised to use Intel fabs and packaging in the future.

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gettin chopped up by ARM and ENPH. hard to battle 5%-10% daily moves.

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ARM is grossly overpriced

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I was told ARM is incredibly overpriced but everyday it goes up more

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Nvidia and ARM and nothing else

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I own 4 chip/AI stocks. NVDA, AVGO, TSM, AMD. They are all solid businesses, but AMD is definitely the riskiest of the bunch with the most expensive valuation. Their recent performance vs the chip industry is a clear sign investors want to see more. Broadcom on the other hand has been the best chip investment outside of NVDA both fundamentally and performance wise. I’m also eyeing Qualcomm since their on device AI chip strategy seems promising to differentiate themselves from the pack. But the risks and valuation have me cautious for now. 67% of their revenue comes from China, and their current legal battle with ARM can block shipments of AI laptops. I’m hoping for a correction throughout the industry. Would love to see Qualcomm drop about 30%-40% for me to feel comfortable.

Yep, luck. The VZ, META, NFLX, ARM, NEP, ARKB - all luck. https://preview.redd.it/axdlft8r077d1.png?width=1283&format=png&auto=webp&s=343ab6f0f03c8cdb6ab20682a8f35ef408502d51

Why the hell does ARM have such high margin requirements? It's been this way for months since about that time when it gained 40% in one day. It's not even that volatile compared to SMCI and MSTR and both stocks have lower margin requirements.

ARM doesn't really have potential, they simply license my guy

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Anybody who ignored the guy recommending ARM put and bought calls instead. You rock

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![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258) ARM

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ARM better break through 160

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Intel. Them and Samsung are the only two semiconductor companies that do both fabrication and design at scale. Intel is a sleeping giant right now in the space. I believe the microprocessor and GPU market is a mess right now battling between x86, ARM, GPUs, and whatever direction china pushes for (possibly RISC). Nvidia is currently a big winner here with AMD and even apple biting at their heels. However, Intel could potentially be the most nimble in this space when the next big thing happens as it owns its own fabs, and is heavily investing in additional fab capacity. This all while the rest of the advanced semi conductor industry is nearly fully supported by TSMC. If anything happens to Taiwan, or TSMC has an issue making a node change (3nm to 2nm production for example), or if Intel potentially takes a big swing in the space which has happened many times in the past between these big players. One way or another Intel is under valued in a world where Nvidia is way over inflated. Intel sits on more IP then nearly any other player in the space and has less supply chain constraints. It wouldn't surprise me to see Intel begin to offer it's fab services even, possibly even to an old partner like Apple. Overall, at the end of the day my belief is that Nvidia is way over inflated, and far too dependent on cloud based AI computing in a world where we are seeing the trends heavily move towards on device AI.

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Any advanced semiconductor on earth no matter if its Nvidia, AMD, Intel or ARM is made on ASML production lines. Only company on earth that has the tech for 2nm semiconductors so fairly safe bet..

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No, look at the p/e of APPL and NVDA then compare that to ARM. It’s already priced 5-10 years into the future.

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Nvidia and ARM

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ARM down over 2% is wild

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Imagine The ARM dump here If NVDA drops. 

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There are companies with far worse P/E’s than that. Look at ARM

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ARM moving 2% in either direction multiple times off open is wild as shit

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Went in on ARM 165c 6/28 - wish me luck 🫡

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ARM casually going up and down 5% in minutes lol

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What’s caused ARM to be up 50% in one month? I slept on that.

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How are those ARM puts printing ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)

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Puts on ARM, free money. U are welcome

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ARM? Extremely. NVDA? Who knows.

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ARM is joining the NASDAQ, idk about shorting it

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I wanna short the fuck out of ARM but I’m always long NVDA ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)

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ARM is gonna be joining the Nasdaq-100, didn't know until today and hoping I'm not too late for a potential rally.

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This is what's up! I've got 50 Nvidia but keep adding to ARM

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See ARM, AVGO, practically anybody in the AI space. Doesn't feel unreasonable. Hell for something completely unrelated go look at SPOT. Everyone is up.

Touche, though a lot of the consumer based AI chips ("NPUs") these groups are developing in parallel for edge device applications are already ARM based architectures.

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This is not even considering ARM, which is probably the real game changer.

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ARM - should have a long way to run

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Your bear case is missing the energy problem. Finance is fuzzy and there's no law that says NVDA can't be a 25T market cap company...but physics says that the amount of energy required to operate their products if they ever got the sales to justify a 25T valuation (or even today's valuation) will be wild. At a time when all the world governments say they can convert just a few percent of the electrical grid to renewables each year, at most. TSMC and maybe Intel or Samsung could source the silicon, same for memory suppliers etc, as far as manufacturing volume that can be solved in a very short number of years, and displace other lower value but high volume products like phones and PCs. If Jensen thought sales could keep ramping at the speed that the market does, he would have bought multiple nuclear power generation companies by like a year ago at the latest. That's what he did with Mellanox and ARM when he realized their fates were linked. Or the world just says "well climate change is important but AI is more important" and brings coal/natural gas generation back online and even builds more, completely undoing the projected climate progress of the 10-20 years. My chart would look like a 1/2 scale of that if I didn't take profits on NVDA all the way up after backing up the truck around 2018/2019 after the crypto crash correction...oh well

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AI models were like building software or factories. Now that it's done they can go into maintenance mode. ARM and edge will drive NVDA down.

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Bought a few NVDA back in 2020 because of the ARM deal (lol) To balance my luck I sold half my stake when it reached 500 thinking it wasn’t sustainable. I’m GLAD I hold on to something. And yes I wish I had bought more in hindsight.

ARM. Got a few shares at IPO price. Don’t plan on selling them for a long time.

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I just wish SoftBank would sell ARM like theyve sold SNOW

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NVDA pump is slowing down a bit. It’s due for a retrace and a Friday profit taking by whales. But at the same time MU earnings next week, ARM inclusion into Nasdaq, and AVGO split, they all tend to drag it up in sympathy.

I think author knows finance but doesn't know jack about chips. NVDA is not all AI, and they have such a huge leg up that all competitors will have a good run just to catch up, and when they have, NVDA will be somewhere else. And stuff other than AI... I haven't heard a peep anywhere about their DPX instruction set and what it means. What? Well one thing it means they own ALL biotech. Own it. And that's just one thing. [https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/nvidia-hopper-accelerates-dynamic-programming-using-dpx-instructions/](https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/nvidia-hopper-accelerates-dynamic-programming-using-dpx-instructions/) Why did the author mention Intel and not AMD, which has been rag-dolling them since that first time Lisa Su doubled the core count on TR and laughed real hard. Remember that time they were desperately trying to stay relevant by pulling $10,000 silicon off the top shelf, selling it for $2,000... And AMD was actually making money selling a chip package at half the price and still waxing their ass. Ah, good times! :D I see he does own ARM and Qualcom, so why doesn't he mention these since this is the obvious direction that the entire industry is pivoting to? The writing was on the wall long time ago, now it's finally being shouted from the rooftops. Look for Snapdragon PC and server chips, coming soon.

Nvidia and ARM. To da moon.

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Funny… Citing Moore’s law working against the company who has gained the most by proving that you beat Moores law by scaling out to multiple compute systems rather than build bigger compute Nvidia also has an ARM license so they can make innovate head to head on complete computer design without needing Intel or AMD based systems

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I feel like the nasdaq semiconductor stocks are just crazy right now. NVDA indeed proved itself and its price can be supported by its revenue. However, there are large amount of stocks, similar to ARM, are just crazily overvalued.

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I told my mother I'd made 40K on an ARM call. She said "That's how they get you honey, remember the first one's free." I asked how she knew and she started telling me about buying Gulf Oil calls.. in 1966. Truly there is nothing new under the sun

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My NVDA and ARM gains bought me a new Audi S8 and they're still running. I heard some bears think they're going down. Why do fools sing sad songs?

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I would like PANW at 325, ARM at 165, and NVDA whatever it wants to do because she’s my queen

Taiwan Superconductors TPE:2330 Arm Holdings NASDAQ: ARM Advanced Micro Devices NASDAQ: AMD Qualcomm NASDAQ: QCOM Broadcom NASDAQ: AVGO But as you can see with the prices you might late to the party, not to say that there's no room for future growth, because there absolutely is, but the life changing 10x returns may be long behind us. The only outlier here is AMD which I am still bullish on, it took a beating while investors shifted mostly to Nvidia. Anyway those are the main big names I can remember on the top of my head on a Sunday morning. If someone else has more insight on the subject I'd like to learn more.

Wonder when this semicondoctur bubble wil burst. My uncle just told me he is ballsdeep in NVDA, ARM and MU. And the argument was "AI, my friend, the train is about to leave the station"

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You make money on moves. Pick stocks that move. This past week was almost too easy … AVGO CRWD SMCI ARM ASML TSLA FSLR NVDA … for someone that watches AAPL like the above comment he recognized the unusual surge and activity which he was able to profit on. It takes time to learn this stuff.

ARM doesn’t make chips son, they just do designs, they don’t even do the Apple designs. Apple has an ARM license to design their own ARM based chips.

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It’s Advanced RISC Machines Ltd (ARM)

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So why is nobody investing in ARM holdings ltd?

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Nvdia owns good amount of ARM no bubble

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Apple is going deep into AI, but they are using ARM based M chips. So who is making M chips? Should invest in them

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In 2025, Nvidia's income soared to $100 billion, a 28% increase over 2024, driven by several key factors. ### AI and Machine Learning Boom Nvidia's GPUs became indispensable across industries like healthcare, automotive, and finance, powering AI and machine learning applications. The CUDA platform and TensorRT facilitated complex computations, boosting demand. ### Data Center Expansion Nvidia's data center business flourished, particularly after integrating ARM's architecture with their GPUs, offering powerful and energy-efficient solutions. Cloud computing and enterprise customers expanded their infrastructure, driving sales. ### Metaverse and VR Growth The metaverse and VR markets provided a substantial revenue boost. Nvidia's Omniverse platform became essential for building and interacting in virtual worlds, with wide adoption across gaming, entertainment, and social media sectors. ### Autonomous Vehicles and Edge Computing The DRIVE platform powered autonomous vehicles, with significant partnerships accelerating deployment. Nvidia's edge computing solutions enabled real-time processing for smart cities and industrial IoT applications. ### Strategic Moves Strategic acquisitions and partnerships bolstered Nvidia's technological capabilities and market reach. Environmental initiatives, like energy-efficient GPU designs, attracted eco-conscious clients. In summary, Nvidia's 2025 success stemmed from booming AI applications, data center expansion, metaverse dominance, autonomous vehicle advancements, strategic partnerships, and a focus on sustainability, solidifying its leadership in the tech industry.

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Caparisons and orisons on the horizon, boys Long ARM

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> is AMD really a hold for the long term? IMHO (and I suck terribly at stocks), no...I think they get eaten by NVDA and ARM and Intel. All three of those companies have more compelling products. AMD has always been kind of the value brand.

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It’s not a secret that AMD and Nvidia are working on consumer chips with ARM in them. AMD is hopefully not going to make the mistake in thinking they are an x86 maker by identity. x86 CPUs are just one of many products they make.

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Sid the same today on ARM and SPY...

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Have you looked at ARM recently?

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Always a possibility! Depends on what you think of NVDA in the medium term. If Nvidia had the P/E of ARM I’d be a bit more worried, personally.

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