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Could strong Nvidia earnings prompt... a selloff?

STORY: Will AI chip leader Nvidia deliver another blockbuster earnings report on Wednesday?

"I believe they will," said Orczyk Sissel. "But we're getting really close to that $1000 per share number and, psychologically, people fixate on numbers like that. So, will we see some selling if the stock does reach that $1000 per share market price?"

Speaking with Reuters' Lisa Bernhard, Orczyk Sissel broke down Nvidia's astonishing numbers over the past year.

"It has increased its market cap by $1.5 trillion in the last 12 months, which is unbelievable. It is now the third largest company in the S&P 500."

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What's more, Orczyk Sissel said that Nvidia "year-over-year has seen improvement in their sales by well over 200%, and their margins are extremely impressive - over 75%."

Pivoting to macroeconomics, Orczyk Sissel also explained why investors should "not get too excited" about data from April that showed the inflation rate moderating, and the ways in which she believes the U.S. election is affecting the overall economy.