As of Monday, the Nvidia stock market has a market cap of $15.1 billion, which is the fourth-highest in the S&P 500, trailing only Apple ($17.6 billion), Facebook ($19.5 billion), and Alphabet ($20.4 billion).

That’s a lot of money for a company that’s only just been through a significant refresh of its core technology, with the first new GPU in a generation since Nvidia’s GTX 1080 launch.

The company’s stock, on the other hand, is hovering around $13.00, or a price level that’s currently less than half of what it was at the beginning of 2018.

Nvidia’s stock price is one of the most valuable stocks in the entire stock market, which means that any investor can get in on the ground floor of Nvidia’s massive valuation, which has led some analysts to say that the stock’s value has surpassed $1 trillion.

In fact, Nvidia has now raised $3.3 billion in funding since its inception, and analysts have said that the company could be worth as much as $7 trillion.

It’s easy to see why Nvidia stock is so valuable, as the company has one of Silicon Valley’s most impressive supply chains, and is widely considered to be one of its largest customers.

That supply chain includes the manufacture of its GeForce GPU, which powers some of the world’s best gaming hardware, as well as the GeForce GPUs used in PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

The latest version of the company’s flagship product, the GeForce GTX 1080, debuted at Computex 2017 earlier this year, and it’s one of Nvidia to sell to consumers at a massive discount.

Nvidia is the world leader in GPU manufacturing, with a massive manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas, and a factory in Nevada.

The facility has been used for nearly a decade, and the company says that it employs over 5,000 people, including 4,000 in the Austin facility alone.

The rest of the factory is in Nevada, and according to Nvidia, over 100,000 workers are employed there.

Nvidia has a reputation for producing extremely high-quality graphics cards.

That’s why it’s unsurprising that its stock price has been rising since the launch of its new GeForce GPUs.

Nvidia was supposed to unveil the GTX 1080 in early 2017, but production was halted due to a technical glitch.

However, the company was able to get its new GPUs through to consumers earlier this month, and Nvidia has been making significant gains since.

NVIDIA’s stock has been up a whopping 16% in the last 12 months, and that’s thanks to a slew of major events that have affected the stock price.

Nvidia stock has seen its share price rise by more than 80% since the start of 2018, which includes the launch and subsequent re-launch of the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2070 GPUs, aswell as the release of the Radeon RX Vega 64, a high-end graphics card.

Nvidia also announced a massive upgrade to its stock in August 2017, when it raised $1.6 trillion in financing.

In the past few months, it has also raised $2.2 billion in venture capital, and its valuation has skyrocketed as a result.

As the market has reacted to Nvidia’s valuation, Nvidia stock continues to rise.

In July, Nvidia shares soared more than 40% on the back of a big deal between the two companies.

The new GPU was supposed not only to replace the company-owned Kepler graphics processor, but also to replace all existing graphics cards with Nvidia’s next-generation graphics processors.

This upgrade will enable Nvidia to build a massive GPU supply chain.

In total, Nvidia is expected to produce more than 1.8 million GeForce GTX GPUs by the end of 2021.

Nvidia shares have risen by more $7.5 million on average since the beginning on July 4, and they’ve risen by $6.6 million since the end the previous day.

As of today, Nvidia’s market cap is up to $18.3 trillion, which equates to more than $13 trillion in total assets.

Nvidia, which was once known as Nvidia Corporation, was originally formed in 2005 by the merger of Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices, and was renamed Nvidia in 2011.

The name Nvidia is an acronym for Nvidia Technologies.