Nvidia, the $3 trillion AI chip company, rises on the implementation of a 10-for-1 stock split.

With the implementation of Nvidia’s 10-for-1 stock split, investors will receive nine extra shares for each share they now possess. At lunchtime on Monday, shares were up 1% at $122.27.

After more than tripling in 2023, Nvidia’s stock price has more than doubled this year, making it the third most valuable business in the S&P 500. Last week, Nvidia momentarily overtook Apple as the second-most valued corporation in the United States because to its incredible rise. Nvidia’s market valuation has topped $3 trillion.

Artificial intelligence applications rely on the semiconductors produced by the chipmaker, whose products are in high demand. In comparison to the same quarter last year, the company’s sales more than tripled in the most recent quarter.

Nvidia has been putting out some staggering results and has established itself as one of the leading competitors in AI. Take a look at this:

$3.011 Trillion

The entire market worth of Nvidia as of Wednesday. It surpassed Alphabet and Amazon earlier this year to take the third spot as the most valuable publicly traded business, after Apple ($3.029 trillion) and Microsoft ($3.168 trillion). Two years ago, the corporation was estimated to be worth $418 billion.

$147 billion

That is the Wednesday one-day gain in Nvidia’s market value.

10 for 1

The 10-for-1 stock split announced by the corporation became effective on Friday at the closing of market.

With this move, each investor will receive nine extra shares for every share they now own. Businesses split their stocks frequently to lower the price of their shares for investors. Nvidia is just one of 11 businesses in the S&P 500 with a share price over $1,000. Its stock finished at $1,224.40 on Wednesday.

$26 billion

Revenue for the latest fiscal quarter of Nvidia. That is more than three times the $7.2 billion it disclosed at the same time last year.

Wall Street projects that Nvidia will earn $117 billion in revenue in its fiscal year 2025, about double what it did in 2024 and more than four times what it earned in the previous year.


The anticipated net margin of Nvidia is the proportion of sales that is converted into profit. Put another way, Nvidia’s bottom line benefited from almost 53 cents of every $1 in revenue earned last year.

In contrast, Microsoft’s net margin in the most recent quarter was 36.4%, while Apple’s was 26.3%. But the revenue of those two businesses is far more than Nvidia’s.

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