The chipmaker’s stock has tumbled in recent days, a reminder that the artificial intelligence stock boom could be tough to sustain.

Jensen Huang of Nvidia has seen the chip maker shrink in value in recent days.Ritchie B Tongo/EPA, via ShutterstockNvidia’s fall to earth

It looks like another volatile day for Nvidia shareholders. And given the company’s enormous influence on the entire S&P 500, they may not be the only investors facing big swings.

A head-snapping recap: The chip maker that rode the artificial intelligence boom to become the world’s most valuable public company last week has fallen into correction territory. It closed Monday down roughly 16 percent from its intraday high on Thursday, shedding more than $550 billion in value — roughly the size of Tesla’s market capitalization — offering the markets a tough reminder that the A.I. rally could become

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