Nvidia unequivocally owned the first half of the trading year. The huge demand for the organisation’s high-quality chips from tech giants such as Amazon, Microsoft and Meta powered the company’s share price 150% higher, underpinning the S&P 500’s climb to a series of new highs in the first half of 2024.

Even after Nvidia’s spectacular gains (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/companies/telecoms-and-technology/2024-06-05-nvidia-overtakes-apple-to-become-worlds-second-most-valuable-listed-company/), the stock continues to dominate market sentiment on the conviction that artificial intelligence (AI) will transform the way businesses use and process data...

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