Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) stock is on the rise Tuesday as the company’s shares pick up where they left off on a Friday rally!
Palantir is among the companies that have been rallying lately due to artificial intelligence (. The company is making its own strides with AI recently, but PLTR stock isn’t climbing higher just because of those actions. ) news
Instead, traders can look to Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) as the reason behind the recent AI rally. Nvidia released earnings last week, exciting investors by speaking about a positive outlook for AI. Additionally, the company announced more products connected to AI today. All of this news has continued to fuel the recent rally.
When Will the PLTR Stock Rally End?
The rally in AI stocks could continue this week, as there are potential positive catalysts on the way. That includes C3.ai (NYSE:AI) preparing to release its latest earnings report tomorrow. If the firm’s results are positive, investors will likely see AI stocks continue to climb higher in sympathy.
As for PLTR stock, shares are also experiencing incredibly heavy trading on Tuesday. As of this writing, more than 50 million shares have changed hands. That’s already above its daily average trading volume of about 47.8 million shares.
PLTR stock is up 7.5% as of Tuesday morning and up 130.4% since the shares of the year.
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