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NVIDIA

NVIDIA
(NASDAQ:NVDA) share price

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About NVIDIA

Nvidia is a US technology company that serves the semiconductor, automotive, mobile computing, construction, and gaming markets. It was founded in 1993 by electrical engineers Jensen Huang, Curtis Priem, and Chris Malachowsky, with Huang still serving as CEO and President. It has headquarters in Santa Clara, California and is incorporated in Delaware.

The business was created with the belief that, one day, the personal computer (PC) would become a consumer device for video games and multimedia. At the time of inception, there were only around 20 graphics chips companies, giving Nvidia a fairly innovative premise.

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minimum spread
N/A
minimum size (new)
0.001
Shorting allowed
Yes
GSLO allowed
No

Holding costs

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0.00
Daily - Buy
0.00
Yearly - Sell
0.00
Yearly - Buy
0.00

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