Cathie Wood Watch: Purchases Nvidia, Organ-Transplant-Services Provider

Cathie Wood Watch: Purchases Nvidia, Organ-Transplant-Services Provider ...

Cathie Wood, the founder of Ark Investment Management, was bought into one of the world''s largest and most prominent semiconductor companies, for the first time in over several months.

Ark has also purchased an organ-transplant-services subsidiary along with several familiar names. As of Thursdays, all valuations are listed below.

Ark funds have stolen 245,286 shares of Nvidia''s graphics-chip firm, according to a NVIDIA Corporation Report, a grossing $43.8 million.

Nvidia beat sales and earnings per share estimates in its earnings report for the April quarter, owing to an above-consensus data center and gaming revenues.

The company received below-consensus July quarter sales guidance, and said it expects China''s Covid lockdowns and exiting Russia to impact about $500 million.

Get CareDx, Inc. Report, an organ transplant services company, is a $2 million organization. ARK Genomic Revolution ETF Reportsnatched 84,795 shares of CareDX (CDNA)

CareDX''s stock is trading at a bit more than a quarter of its 52-week high near $97, compared to the one that was set late last June.

Ark funds snagged 127,210 shares of Coinbase (COIN), the country''s largest cryptocurrency exchange, at $8.9 million. The stock has given up 71 percent so far this year.

Ark Innovation ETF (ARKK) - Get ARK Innovation ETF Report, who dumped 260,407 shares of audio-streaming service Spotify (SPOT) - Get Spotify Technology SA Report, which is valued at $28.3 million. The stock has dropped 53% year on year.

169,195 shares of Singapore-based digital entertainment company SEA (SE) have been unloaded, according to Get Sea Ltd. (Singapore) report. The stock has dropped by 63% so far this year.

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As Ark funds have fallen in recent months, Wood has defended herself by declaring that she has a five-year investment deadline.

Ark Innovation''s five-year record might, for the most part, give investors hope until May 9. The funds five-year return surpassed that of the S&P 500 until then. However, Ark Innovation''s five-year annualized return increased by 0.91% to May 26, down from the S&P 500''s 12.94% return.

Ark Innovation has lost 52 percent so far this year, as disruptive technology firms at Woods have fallen 72 percent from their peak in February 2021. The rise in inflation and rising interest rates have helped put the kibosh on tech stocks.

Woods aren''t defying her. As of the week of May 16, Ark Innovation had a net inflow of $1.4 billion. The Wall Street Journal reported.

Short interest in the $8.4 billion fund slowed to 9.2% of shares outstanding in the week of May 23, down from an April peak of 17%, according to IHS Markit. Short sales are betting that a stock''s price will drop.

Stagdeflation is a condition.

In a recent webinar, Wood discussed her macroeconomic views.

While many economists anticipate a bout of stagflation deep economic growth combined with rising inflation she sees stagdeflation. That''s slow growth combined with shrinking inflation.

Wood said that at the end of all of this, there will be more deflationary forces than inflationary forces. We are in the early stages of seeing this. Consumer prices increased by 3.8 percent in the 12 months through April.

Wood says this will be a good time for her disruptive technology stocks: During difficult times, innovation gains traction.

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