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CES 2024: AI field still have a large potential

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RTX 🚀🚀🚀

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LMT call options epic fail

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RTX Play

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$SAVE Premarket is up 20% (at the time of this post)

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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Red Sea Tuesday?

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I should just putt all my money into stocks that profit from war huh

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$CBDW News 1606 Corp. CEO Attends Consumer Electronics Show (CES) For Collaboration Meetings

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First investment as student?

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Does it count as treason to hold RTX shares as a Persian?

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Does it counts as treason to hold RTX shares as a Persian?

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Does it counts as treason to hold RTX shares as a Persian?

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Puts on Raytheon(RTX)?

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Companies similar to Palantir and Anduril?

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US gov to Nvidia: 'If you redesign a chip that enables China to do AI, I'm going to control it the very next day'

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Early Morning Call On Defense Stocks As Warships Attacked In Middle East - PLTR (Palantir) - LHX - NOC - HWM - RTX

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Why is Raytheon (RTX) down 19% on the year when geopolitical tensions are the highest they’ve been in years?

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What is Rotten, Never dies. Chinese thousand year egg. NEWEGG is just that but base in US Regulated by US unlike its ADR counterpart

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Nvidia's Future Dominance: 🚀 Unleashing the Power of GPUs in the Metaverse! 👾

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Chinese have a workaround for the US government's newly imposed export rules — modified NVIDIA RTX 4090 cards serve as great AI accelerators

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NVDA Blows Away Expectations, Offers Strong Outlook… Will it Be Enough?

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RTX Calls

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Nvidia Call and Outlook Notes

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RTX successes keep coming.

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Can RTX Squeeze?

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Why aren't defense stocks really taking off?

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How To Profit From War

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How To Profit From War

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Gaza invasion started

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Buy RTX Corporation $RTX

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RTX up 5.5% Should I sell

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Most Important Stock Market Earnings from Today - (10/24/2023)

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Thoughts on RTX

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RTX buyback…

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Is Nvidia the future?

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RTX corp, will the increased military sales offset the PW1100G-JM engine issues?

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Why aren’t Lockheed and RTX up today?

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It's now illegal to sell 4090s to China

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RTX Stock Worth Buying?

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Placing bets in the stock market on the start of a multi-front proxy war in the Middle East.

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War Plays

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Why would you not buy RTX right now?

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$37K+ RTX May 2024 80c yolo

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$NOC $LMT $RTX gonna making a KILLING

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Growing MiddleEast Problems + War - Stocks to buy/ Stocks to short and why

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About the Israeli-Palestinian War

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Defense Stocks now - Lockheed, RTX?!

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Publically traded US and UK defense companies with operations in Israel

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Cheap Yolos for the Small Positions

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Lost half portfolio and I now understand the market.

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Thoughts on RTX?

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RTX - lost 10k today

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4 in a row! 💰💰💵💵

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Aerovironment $AVAV up 20% after monstrous revenue growth

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IVR, the long play you have been waiting for. Jean short and corvette money.

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IVR is the long play you have been waiting for. (jean shorts and corvettes play)

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NVIDIA to the Moon - Why This Stock is Set for Explosive Growth

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Best and Odd stocks to consider in case US goes to war in next 5 years

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Jim Cramer sent me into bankruptcy.

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$RTX - the only DD you need

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Should I join the RTX lawsuit

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u/poppy_harlo92 RTX post is real

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Tomahawk missile directly into my anus - $RTX

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My final YOLO to make back everything I lost (RTX)

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RTX Losses so far. Im told yall like this shit

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RTX is heavily undervalued. Buy the dip

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350% Account Gain 2 Weeks -> shill me your worst stonks to buy for growth

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RTX leaps (but I’m not the RTX double down syndrome dude)

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Are there any oversold stocks worth looking at?

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That damn RTX winner

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The Bear Case for Northrop Grumman ($NOC)

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RTX Technical Analysis

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Excellent Opportunity in RTX.

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I win more than I lose by cashing out early. Scalped 10k in profits

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I said I wanted to stop gambling. I can’t stop. 60k RTX YOLO

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Thoughts on $RTX CALLS/SHARES?

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Susquehanna analyst Charles P. Minervino reiterated a Positive rating on RTX Corporation (NYSE:RTX), price target to $110.

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FDs on RTX… LFG🚀🚀🚀

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I made nearly 100k in 2 days. Please help me stop gambling

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Over 40k in gains in 2 hours in RTX: GOD BLESS AMERICA

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I’ve doubled down on RTX calls, making this an over 100k yolo

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$70k RTX yolo. WE ARE CLOSING GREEN TODAY

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Me with my RTX gains

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Maybe made the luckiest buy of my life. 30k in a day ($RTX)

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Hundreds of RTX-made jet engines recalled over metal contamination – sending stock tumbling

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Guys RTX is way oversold I am all in calls at the bottom. (Not selling yet)

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Loss porn

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RTX YOLO earnings

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Insane risky RTX play

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Intel is set up nicely to corner the entry level/budget segment of the GPU market. AMD seems to have given up on targeting enthusiasts with RDNA 4 and is targeting the mid-range, while Nvidia is uncontested at the top (and demanding top dollar). The most popular GPUs on the Steam hardware survey are almost entirely budget/low-mid range models. The RTX 3060/3060Ti, RTX 2060, RTX 3050, GTX 1060, and GTX 1650 make up about 25% of all graphics cards in use. If Intel prices Battlemage right they could absolutely take market share from AMD and Nvidia.

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calls on Dell holy shit they charge $1,100 to add an RTX 4070 to a laptop wow. amazing pricing power

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Im more surprised it went down today nvidia had news on new stuff and its legit kinda cool. Omniverse Cloud Sensor RTX,

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NVIDIA Announces Omniverse Microservices to Supercharge Physical AI NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud Sensor RTX Generates Synthetic Data to Speed AI Development of Autonomous Vehicles, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robots, Humanoids and Smart Spaces June 17, 2024

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Apple’s latest M3 ultra beats RTX 4090 in the latest AI benchmark tests.

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Apple silicon will overtake Nvidia in terms of power usage and raw power. M3 ultra chips are almost up to par with RTX 4090 with way less power draw and lower price point. Apple has what Nvidia doesn’t have and that’s software/hardware efficiency. With Apple’s latest open AI partnership, it should get interesting in the months/years to come.

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Nvidia announces Omniverse Cloud Sensor RTX, microservices enabling physically accurate sensor simulation to accelerate development of fully autonomous machines

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Northrop Grumman, GE, Lockheed, RTX, Texas Instruments just to name a few

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RTX makes quite a lot of our guided munitions. HWM makes drones. GE plays a part in our anti-tank rounds HON makes the engines for our tanks LMT makes fighter jets There are also several ETFs that you can jump in on with decent exposure across the spectrum of war toys and death. GL

NVDA ITM calls, no LEAPs. Latest exp 3/2025. Shares NVDA META AMD DELL NVO TSLA AMZN RTX Last 3 months up 133% for 203k.

Raytheon's Patriot MIM-104 has saved countless civilian lives in Ukraine, hundreds of thousands. RTX are the humanity.

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I am referring to the server GPUs that are used in clusters for intensive processing. No, I am not referring to the fucking RTX cards.

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Nice post, what was the prompt? Also lurker here, mostly for the memes produced, but this post is so much trash that I have to mention something, that OP apparently ignores: AI is a marketing term. Our AI is comparable to a monkey, learning to type words. Everytime the monkey does something well, he gets food. If he does something wrong, he will receive electric shocks (in reality, those models are discarded). Slowly but surely, the monkey will learn to type words, then sentences and then even how to respond to sentences, without ever having understood what the actual F is going on. Our monkey tho, is a self learning algorithm, no "artificial intelligence", just some algorithm, weighting some inputs. That btw. Is also the reason, why nobody can understand why an Ai did what it do... Because what happens, internally, is that value a, b and c have been 1.0, 0.356 and 0. Tho, with a small network, following up those is easy. With LLMs tho, the network is gigantic, making it humanly impossible. But back to topic: why is the "AI" not something that will spawn an actual artificial intelligence? Well, because there is no understanding. What we call hallucinating nowadays, is nothing but an LLM eg. Doing what it does: generate text. It knows, a and b are connected, but it cannot know why. Our monkey just learned that a goes with b. Wanna test it? Ask any LLM anything specific. Like, something really specific, not just "ohh fancy me some cocktail" but literally anything that is not generic crap, written in the training material a billion times. What you always will get, is text, not an answer. Doing this should reveal to you tho, that the "AI" does not know shit, like literally... It is a trained monkey. But you are still not convinced, right? Well, try to teach your LLM math then. It won't be able to do that beyond what is present in training data, because it cannot "understand" that 1 + 3 is the same as 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 or 4 or 2 + 2 or even 3 + 1... It gets more clear tho, when leaving the realm of people thinking that the word guesser can talk, walking over to the generative image creation. Think of an image in your head, maybe a desk with a cactus, on the screen is some game in the background some black cat walking across the street which is only lit in the moonlight,... The "AI" is able to get quite close, because your image is just an estimate of what could be generated. Now ask it to create a purely white image with the color #000000 If you are lucky, some dev added special ifs to handle that case, otherwise you will get, again, an estimate of that color. But what is awaiting us around the corner a few years down the line? 1. A Hella lot of trust loss at every piece of media. With a bit of luck, some serious media outlets will gain readers back... Hopefully they understand that they have to be more serious than the newspapers and journals of yesterday 2. You will no longer be able to trust anything you see. 3. "AI" will be able to memorize more tokens 4. You now easily can create pr0n of Micheal Jackson fucking a tree, riding on a magical wave of rainbow while a turtle is carrying the see 5. "AI" LLMs will not have progressed farther than today already but rather have regressed to GPT2 thanks to 90% of the Internets content being "AI" 6. You no longer will answer phone calls as your sister, mother, dad, brother, dead uncle from 6 generations away, will call you every day otherwise, asking for money 6. Random bulletpoint lists will have random repeating bulletpoint numbers because idiots "can code" now 8. Software development will be more easy and hard to make money in, depending on whether you gained "advanced" level of knowledge prior to CoPilot 9. OnlyFans will be unlocked for men to milk simps, thanks to "AI" now being able to mimic simple scenes, provided by the drawings a 3 year old could have created. It will be more successful than the female ones, especially because everyone can interact with their own, individual "model" 10. Everyone who does creative work is essentially jobless. Except for a very few select individuals. Honestly, I could continue the list forever... The long story short is: more BS content, more spam, more memorization of AI, nothing good in essence. If we are lucky, the whole thing just blows up once the tech industry realizes that making money with this is impossible, unless you are Nvidia, in which case you should be prepared for the inevitable crash course. Then again, you have quite literally centuries worth of cash reserves by now, so call it a day and buy back stock. So next release will be RTX10420 and RTX10069, every graphics card comes with a free leather jacket.

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Any part of the MIC - LMT/RTX/BA/TDGM Big pharma Any processed food/beer co.

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Well, *checks portfolio*, how about you buy puts on NVDA, DVN, RTX, or LLY?

If this shit hits 150 EOM, I’m buying a RTX 5000 series to replace my 4090

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If Nvidia hits $150 by the end of the month, I’ll use a GeForce RTX 4070 as a sounding rod

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I know for a fact that when people buy an OEM GPU they realize that there is a component inside that is Nvidia. Hence the Geforce RTX name. Anyone who's taken one of these things apart knows damn well that the ONLY THING INSIDE that is NVidia is the GPU CHIP. That's it. A GPU is not only the GPU CHIP. Am I the only one understanding this?

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RTX facing a lawsuit for discrimination, we all know how big discrimination i now days so puts on RTX could be a play, but what the fuk do i know.

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Safer to buy RTX, GD, NOC, LMT, etc.

I used money that I WANTED to spend on an RTX 3080 on shares of NVDA during the pandemmy. I held and used a credit card when one became available a year later. Best decision ever.

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Microcenter rocks, I just happened to go to Best Buy for my last PC because they gave me 0% for 12 months. Picked up an HP Omen 25L, FURY 32GB DDR5, NVDA RTX 4060TI, i7-14700F. It was a good buy plus I bought 3 years of geek squad.

I’ll be watching NVDA closely today and next week I’m definitely keeping an eye on the Ozempic trend with NVO And can’t go wrong with RTX. I like to consider myself a war profiteer

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It's time to give free RTX!!!

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If you really want to hedge for a war with China literally just buy defense stocks (RTX, General Dynamics, NOC, LMT, HII, BA, GE).

I don't understand how bears see current events and do anything other than going long on $RTX. 🌈🐻

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Puts on $EL and puts on $SNOW. Calls on $AAPL, $RTX, $VRT, $APP, $CCL.

Interviewed at RTX and got an offer same day. Cool. Port been getting smoked last 2 days. I think it's been a good week.

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RTX4090 = $4090

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I just picked up an HP Omen 25L, FURY 32GB DDR5, NVDA RTX 4060TI, i7-14700F. It was a good buy plus I bought a 3 year warranty.

RTX 8008 Ti’t edition.

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It’s the new RTX 8008 series

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maybe if you're a RTX bull

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RTX baby!

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Rundown of the NVDA keynote for you regarded bers before you buy puts: 1. Rubin, the next gen AI chip after Blackwell, was revealed. 2. AI PC’s powered by NVDA 3. NVDA robots (lol Boston dynamics got nothing on leather jacket 4. NVDA AI Omniverse 5. AI integration into video games with the GeForce RTX cards. 6. NVDA expect datacentres to have “millions of GPUs” by 2026. Yes. Millions. 7. NVDA Earth 2.0: NVDA is Building a virtual earth to predict weather and climate change. 8. Split date on June 06. So go ahead and buy your puts, but it’s easier to flush your money down the toilet ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)

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Rubin, the next gen AI chip after Blackwell, was revealed. AI PC’s & AI integration into video games with the GeForce RTX cards.

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RTX has insane margins. They bought up a ton of the big aerospace suppliers and are #1 for servicing which is high profit. They had the engine hiccup but recovered within 2 quarters. Pretty impressive

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Here’s the latest from the FT: Nvidia announced the next generation of its artificial intelligence processors on Sunday in a surprise move less than three months after its most recent launch. At the Computex conference in Taipei, the chipmaker’s chief executive Jensen Huang unveiled “Rubin”, the successor to its “Blackwell” chips for data centres, which are currently in production after being announced in March. The unexpected move to reveal its next wave of products before Blackwell has even started shipping to customers shows how the world’s most valuable chipmaker is racing to entrench its dominance of AI processors, which has propelled it into the ranks of the world’s most valuable companies. “A new computing age is starting,” Huang said, as Nvidia also unveiled new AI chip deals with PC makers. Rubin is set to start shipping in 2026 and promises improved power efficiency, as the Silicon Valley-based company attempts to address concerns that Big Tech’s expansion of AI data centres is putting strain on the energy grid in some regions. The announcement was light on detail but Huang said Nvidia was working on a “one-year rhythm” of building new AI platforms. Nvidia’s pace of innovation has taken on outsized importance to the wider stock market, as traders bet on whether the huge AI-driven rally in a handful of Big Tech companies can continue. The chipmaker added around $350bn to its market capitalisation after it reported surging revenue growth, and the company is closing in on Apple to become the second most valuable US company after Microsoft. While Nvidia today sells the majority of the AI chips needed to train large language models, such as OpenAI’s GPT, the company faces growing competition from AMD and Intel, as well as bespoke chips developed by cloud computing providers including Amazon, Google and Microsoft. Nvidia’s Blackwell chip is being rolled out barely a year after its current generation “Hopper” chips were unveiled. The company on Sunday also announced a new Vera Arm-based central processing unit, as Nvidia seeks to make more of the chips that go into AI data centres. CPUs, a market dominated by Intel and AMD, are traditionally the workhorse of any computer but Huang is attempting to reshape the server market around its AI chips, as artificial intelligence takes a growing share of data centre workloads. Nvidia started out more than 30 years ago making graphics processing units, which acted as a sidekick to Intel CPUs in video gaming PCs. But more than 15 years ago, Huang realised that the technology inside its GPUs was also suited to other data intensive computing tasks, such as AI. The company is now trying to boost its PC chip business by capitalising on its dominance in AI chips for data centres. Huang on Sunday also announced deals with two PC makers, Asus and MSI, that will launch machines using Nvidia’s GeForce RTX graphics processing units to support a range of AI tasks, from running digital assistants to video editing and coding. “Your future laptop will be constantly helping you in the background,” Huang said. “The PC will run apps that are enhanced by AI, from writing, photo editing, to digital humans that are AIs,” said Huang. Nvidia did not specify when the Asus and MSI laptops will go on sale. A range of PC makers and component providers are expected to use the Computex event to make announcements to position themselves as beneficiaries of an expected “AI PC” wave. Microsoft recently unveiled a string of AI-enhanced PCs and tablets fitted out with its Copilot assistant tool, powered by Qualcomm’s chips, which will begin to launch later this month. Microsoft has said it expects to include the Nvidia chips and AMD’s Radeon graphics chips in its PCs in future. PC sales have slumped since the pandemic but analysts expect that when demand revives companies will increasingly opt for AI PCs embedded with powerful chips to run AI applications, rather than relying solely on the cloud. “AI PCs will bring the most exciting innovation to the PC industry in the last two to three decades, since the creation of the World Wide Web in the late 1980s,” Morgan Stanley analysts wrote in a note last month. They said that running AI applications on devices would be cheaper and more flexible than on the cloud and would also have benefits for data privacy. AI PCs will make up about 65 per cent of PC shipments by 2028, up from 2 per cent this year, Morgan Stanley predicted.

How’s your cash flow? If you need the money or want to park it elsewhere feel free. I’m gonna hold and move some of my position into WMT / RTX / LMT

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KTOS RKLB LDOS RTX and AVAV are good they are all should see growth. I would also at spirit aerosystems

>not true. We haven’t approached the edge yet. Gemini Nano is already running on *smartphones*. That is the definition of edge compute. Apple is already using transformer models for its autocorrect since iOS 17, and will continue to adopt as much local AI as possible, I'm quite certain. Open-weight LLMs can provide nearly ChatGPT-3.5 level performance on a RTX3070, right now. In a couple more years that picture is going to look even better. >multimodal LLMs will eventually produce AGI in the next 10 years. They only need one stage of self-replication before they go exponential Lol, this is not going to happen. "Self replication" of an LLM is fundamentally impossible - ability growth is scaling logarithmically with input size, and we've already exhausted most of the training material available to get GPT-4. LLMs aren't doing much real "logic" when they answer questions, despite being very impressive and useful in their own right. >Companies still need new chips and to replace dying ones. Sure! But that won't drive growth, and the market is investing based on growth expectations.

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I mean is opportunity loss still a loss? Bought $1000 worth of RTX $100 calls with a Jun expiration when they had an engine recall last year. They went from like $1/sh -> $.10/sh or something. I was was sure they'd recover. Then they dipped again and I pussied out for like a $500 loss. Checked the same contracts again recently... Would have been worth $50,000.

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Elon just tweeted that he bought a new Nvidia RTX4080 for X Æ A-12 gaming pc. NVDA +10% EOD.

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fucking RTX hasn't moves for a month. That trade is very over

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Fuck that’s not a good sign. Maybe they were just waiting for their new RTX cards to come in the mail. And WTF are middle schoolers doing in a vape store? Where you at Compton?

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Application specific integrated circuits (ASIC) Basically, instead of using a general purpose processor (like a cpu or CUDA), they build a circuit board that's meant to do one single task. You input a few parameters and it blurts out the answer in a minimal amount of cycles using basically hardware parallelism. In the case of Bitcoin, you can buy a 2800$ antminer, gobbling a whopping 5000W but with the mining power of 1000 RTX 4090s. Also, since eth is not proof of stake, no major coin requires a GPU to mine; the crypto world has no impact on them anymore.

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in that scenario we're all buying RTX and Lockheed anyway

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"only the real China gets RTX4090"

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They have used other fabs before. RTX 3000 series was fabbed by samsung. Rubin may also be fabbed by samsung.

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It's a lot of luck. Realistically, the timing of going from a pure gaming to Ai/crypto company in just 5-6 years is really shocking, and there's basically no way anyone could've predicted it. Even if you thought Nvidia was doing a lot of great stuff with Ai(which they've been doing since 2018 with the RTX series and even more so with decades of CUDA development) there's no way you could've predicted the ChatGPT and subsequent investor fervor around these stocks. All I'll say is that if you bought the stock a few years ago, it was likely as a crypto/growth in markets play, as Jensen Huang has long been a great CEO.

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RTX (Raytheon), Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, General Dynamics, L3Harris, Huntington Ingalls, Leidos, Amentum, Leonardo, Thales, BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce, Airbus Dassault, Naval Group, Elbit Systems, Saab, Rheinmetall

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Don’t know. So far prospects have yet to show itself. NVDA and Intel sector gains means we’re about to see AMD show off sector losses on top of the negative adjustment of MI300 revenue from $4B to $2B. And they’ve just announced that they’re redesigning their next GPU from the ground up. Given the article about how AMD RDNA 3 was full of bugs and 4 was just fixing those bugs. This means all those marketing about ground breaking tech wasn’t done in earnest. I know, how could marketing ever lie to us. lol NVDA gaming GPU was up yoy but still down sequentially. So imagine how much worse AMD cards are doing. And we got Intel launching next gen cards supposedly at RTX 470 level of performance at half the price. But yeah we just don’t know right now and it doesn’t look good for AMD.

RTX was probably the play back when they were $70

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My m1 Air (8gb base Model) was twice as fast as my laptop with RTX2060 on a local AI Model. According to google, M3 is 50% faster than M1. RTX 4080 is 83% faster than RTX2060. Yes there is a difference between laptop and desktop gpus but still look at the power draw difference + m1 is a fanless laptop. Nvidia is dead

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"In celebration of the release of the RTX 5090 Nvidia stock will now be valued at $5090."

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Not exactly a ground breaking idea. Let’s look at average annual 10 year returns of the stocks mentioned LMT: +13.19% BA: +5.18% NOC: +16.05% GD: +11.38% RTX: +3.80% LDOS: +16.90% The sector ETF you’re looking for is ITA and that’s averages 11.01% Now compare to the S&P500 that’s averaged 12.9%

Congrats bro go get the RTX 690

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I can’t run Robinhood at 240 FPS on my triple ultrawide monitor setup on my RTX4080 NVDA $1p 01/01/2025

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The RTX 4070 Super is definitely smarter than me

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Why would AAPL start GPU servers tho? No one comes close to NVIDIA on GPU cloud compute, not even Google's Tensor chips. AAPL's chips are mostly local and embedded and that's not even NVIDIA's biggest shtick. NVIDIA is not booming because the RTX4XXX is soaring but because of their data centers and Tesla Chips.

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Soooo odds on RTX 5k series *not* being a total scam like the 4k line is low, then?

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With RTX on you can't even notice the growing economic despair 2/3rds of the county is experiencing

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The Ryzen 8x000 is on par with the RTX 1650 (the most popular gaming card on Steam). The The limiting factor for iGPU is RAM speed/bandwidth which will be solved by DDR6.

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Nvidia also uses proprietary software they developed over a decade to engineer their microarchitectures. It costs many years and billions on R&D just to design one generation of their semiconductors. They introduced the shader/CUDA processor back in the mid 2000s, which ATI could not compete with. Any other company will have to make miracles happen to actually catch up with Nvidia's monopoly on intellectual advancement. These designs are very, very, very difficult to explain why and how they work. They are literally designed down to individual atoms, tested after prototypes, then back again, dozens and dozens of times. A small percent of any wafer are used for their most prestigious products used in AI and other compute-intensive industries. If Amazon, Intel, AMD, etc believe they will "catch up" to Nvidia, it will take 5 years minimum, if they poach talent to leave Nvidia, which Nvidia has the money now to pay more. Semiconductors are basically magic and exists on the bleeding edge of innovation in physics, engineering, and chemistry. Best of luck to them, because I would SURE love to be able to afford a high-end graphics card for gaming again in my lifetime. My 1080ti came out in 2017, and was $700. Today Nvidia charges over $1500 for the same comparable card in their RTX 4000 family. Also, keep in mind Nvidia will be launching their RTX 5000 series soon, so these companies will again be catching up to a new generation.

You have a good point. Which is why I recently just wait until the next company gets FUDed before my entry points. I bought up SBUX like crazy at $74. Same for google @ $130. Same for Disney @ $80. Same for RTX @ $80. Any many more I can't think of right now. Its a much better strategy than buying after analyst upgrades. I start to worry when analysts upgrade and start looking for an exit point a month out from the upgrade.

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Get a gaming computer with RTX cards.

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Opinion welcomed but but would love to know how many people you know who are not dealing with HPC and knows about P100 or V100. A100 and H100 were made popular by media recently but how many have heard about ancient T4. How many can differentiate between DGX and HGX. Those stuff makes more money for Nvidia than any RTX out there.

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I miss the old Nvidia. Before AI and RTX stuff. GTX 1000 series was the peak.

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RTX calls

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I wish I bought RTX last November.

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Yeah I think OP just lives under a rock, the first big Nvidia wave I remember was for gaming and gamers buying out the latest GTX cards years in advance, then bitcoin comes around and the GTX and RTX cards are being sold out years in advance, then comes AI.. the latest technology hypes of the world line up perfectly with the chips they are building. Nvidia has constantly been in the news for being high performing, selling out left right and center. The story for most people I know not holding nvidia is because they sold thinking they were at a peak after years of huge runs they thought the luck was out yet its still printing, anyone who didn't buy Nvidia themselves earlier or at that time can only blame themselves for not reading the front page of the news it wasnt some hidden underperforming stock lmao. The 1 place they don't seem to be touching yet is quantum so I got some IBM for that, and maybe atom computing if they ever go public as im thinking thats the next wave nvidia might miss out on but who knows

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I bought one share of RTX and suddenly I think all wars are automatically self-justifying 

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Well, I found this thread 4 years later because I'm curious about people's opinions on MarketBeat, though more along the lines of its features as opposed to specific predictions. But here's how those picks did over 4 years: RTX - +92.6% IBM - +51.4% SLB - +224.8% KMB - +1% HIG - +169.3% BAC - +65.7% PFE - -19.2% <loss, though gains were definitely possible> ABBV - +95.5% PSX - +216.1% T - -35.6% <loss> EOG - +279.5% S&P 500 last 4 years ( vs 10/2020) - +48.2% S&P 500 last 4 years (vs 4/2020) <covid dip> - +78.6% I might have to check out that free trial...

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I did misread the post. It’s a very abnormal offer. That said, I still don’t like it. I’d rather buy Microsoft. Or VOO. Tons of better options. While your money is sitting in a holding account making nothing, plenty of other great options are on the table and potentially getting away from you. In the past year for example I’ve done much better with quality companies like RTX, CARR, ONON, SU, BAC.

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technologies: Amazon, Google or Microsoft, all cloud related Healthcare: UNH,CVS, humana Defense and aerospace: Lockheed, BAE, RTX personally I avoid retail, but long term, only interesting one to me is Costco, its always trades at premium though, wish it came down so I buy it. car manufacturing: Ferrari, rich people always buy it, does not matter if economy is in recession or not

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RTX4090 up the ass is some hentai type shit

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$RTX looks ripe

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so they make a car? or have software that runs on RTX?

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That's exactly what they are. Looks like the minimum investment amount is $250, and if you scroll down it gives you the position weights. E.g., if you look at the top one, 3D Printing, it says there are 25 stocks, and 10.7% of that investment goes to $GE, 8.9% to $RTX, etc. It will open 25 individual fractional positions for that "theme."

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RTX slowly proving itself to Mr. Market.

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Hold my RTX calls! $105 6/21, lets go!

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With that mindset you should only ever invest in RTX and LMT, right?

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