Wall Street’s Mega Tech Rally Continues as Nvidia Reports Q3 Earnings

Wall Street’s Mega Tech Rally Continues as Nvidia Reports Q3 Earnings

Wall Street’s Mega Tech Rally Continues as Nvidia Reports Q3 Earnings

The global equity market is experiencing a strong rebound, largely driven by the impressive performance of Wall Street’s Mega Tech companies. The FANG+ Index, consisting of the biggest tech giants, has soared by nearly 18% in just a few weeks, reaching new all-time highs. However, analysts have mixed opinions about the sustainability of this rally, as other sectors have not shown the same level of conviction.

In the US, major indices closed with a mixed performance on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to close slightly positive, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite also edged higher. Despite this, the Big Tech companies continue to lead the rally, with some stocks posting remarkable year-to-date gains. NVIDIA, Meta Platforms, and Tesla have seen substantial growth, with their stock prices soaring by 240%, 178%, and 90%, respectively.

While the tech rally has brought back the bulls, it’s important to note that the broader market has struggled to keep pace. Only a handful of stocks have driven the market’s positive performance, with 50% of the S&P 500 struggling to stay in positive territory. Nevertheless, the overall market has still managed to gain a healthy 17.6% so far this year.

On the international front, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba faced some challenges as its market cap dipped by around 10%, following a decision to backtrack on its plan to spin off its cloud computing business. Wall Street analysts have expressed varying opinions on the matter, with Morgan Stanley dropping Alibaba as its top pick in the internet sector, while Barclays remains optimistic about the company’s future prospects.

Looking ahead, the focus shifts to Nvidia’s upcoming earnings report. The company, which has been a standout performer in 2023, is expected to announce strong Q3 results. With a market cap of over 1 trillion dollars, Nvidia has been driving growth in the tech sector, particularly in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Its stock price has more than tripled this year, and investors are eagerly awaiting the earnings release for further insight into its performance.

As Wall Street prepares for the Thanksgiving holiday, the trading week will be shortened, but not without important events. In addition to Nvidia’s earnings report, the Federal Open Market Committee is set to release its latest meeting minutes, providing insights into the future direction of monetary policy. Despite the holiday season, the equity market continues to be active, with earnings reports from various companies scheduled before Thanksgiving.


1. What is driving the rebound in the global equity market?
2. How has the FANG+ Index performed recently?
3. Which sectors have not shown the same level of conviction in the market rally?
4. What was the performance of major US indices on Friday?
5. Which companies are leading the market rally?
6. What challenges did Alibaba face and how did it affect its market cap?
7. What is the focus of Nvidia’s upcoming earnings report?
8. What important events are scheduled in the trading week before Thanksgiving?


1. Equity market: A market where shares of companies are bought and sold. It represents the ownership interests in companies and can be a reflection of overall market sentiment and economic conditions.
2. FANG+ Index: An index that tracks the performance of the biggest tech companies, including Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet (Google).
3. Bull: A term used to describe a person who believes that stock prices will rise.
4. Rally: A period of sustained increases in stock prices.
5. Spin off: When a company separates one of its divisions or subsidiaries into a separate entity.
6. Market cap: Short for market capitalization, it is the total value of a company’s outstanding shares of stock, calculated by multiplying the share price by the number of shares.

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