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Nvidia - NVDA

Flashy, I said both as in my previous post.  You want the wild card the stock going to make you rich fast!  We all do calm down.  However you also have to factor in that just like the casino, the risk is high also, you can lose your shirt, and lose it fast!  Did I mention you can lose your pants also?  When investing in flash and the pan stocks this should come from money you want to throw away not retire on.  Depending on your age if you are younger you have more time to recover from this lose, if you are 65-70 stay away from these unless you only intend to stay in for a year or two.  This brings me to Nvidia a good solid company that has tremendous success in the market over the last few years.  I was turned on to this stock by an investment advisor at Motley Fool (I will give credit where credit is due, again I am not trying to hide anything).  it has continued to go up year after year by 100-250% yes that's right!  Will going forward I expect Nvidia to suffer a downward trend, for awhile the over all signs that the company is a good investment for the next year is what they actually do.  Nvidia is in the computer graphics and A.I (artificial intelligence) area of high tech, an up and coming field and industry.  Shocking they pay a dividend but unlike our other two examples you are not buying for the dividend.

NVDA- Nvidia
September 22, 2017 close = $179.00
Year Range= $63.53-$191.20
Dividend= $0.56

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