Shoud You Buy NVIDIA Stock Today?
NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) is a $59 billion company today. Investors that bought shares one year ago are sitting on a 168.65% total return. That's above the S&P 500's return of 14.99%.
NVIDIA stock is beating the market, but does that make it a good buy today? To answer this question we've turned to the Investment U Stock Grader. Our research team built this system to diagnose the financial health of a company.
Our system looks at six key metrics...
Earnings-per-Share (EPS) Growth: NVIDIA reported a recent EPS growth rate of 210.53%. That's above the semiconductor industry average of -145.36%. That's a great sign. NVIDIA’s earnings growth is outpacing competitors.
Price-to-Earnings (P/E): The average price-to-earnings ratio of the semiconductor industry is 58.04. And NVIDIA stock’s ratio comes in at 38.05. It's trading at a better value than many of its competitors.
Debt-to-Equity : The debt-to-equity ratio for NVIDIA stock is 48.87. That's below the semiconductor industry average of 59.51. The company is less leveraged.
Free Cash Flow per Share Growth : NVIDIA’s FCF has been lower than its competitors over the last year. That's not good for investors. In general, if a company is growing its FCF, it will be able to pay down debt, buy back stock, pay out more in dividends and/or invest money back into the business to help boost growth. It's one of our most important fundamental factors.
Profit Margins : The profit margin of NVIDIA comes in at 30.14% today. And generally, the higher, the better. We also like to see this margin above that of its competitors. NVIDIA’s profit margin is above the semiconductor industry average of 14.71%. So that's a positive indicator for investors.
Return on Equity : Return on equity tells us how much profit a company produces with the money shareholders invest. The ROE for NVIDIA stock is 32.18%, and that's above its industry average ROE of 14.19%.
NVIDIA stock passes five of our six key metrics today. That's why our Investment U Stock Grader rates it as a strong buy.
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