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From disappointing Netflix earnings to Tesla's blowout quarter, we take a look at whether either stock is worth buying right now.
Netflix stock has shrugged off every test to date. This report is not going to be the one that kills the rally. Buy the dip staring here.
Netflix stock dropped after lower than expected earnings and subscriber growth in Q3. This makes for a great a buying opportunity.
Although Netflix stock already jumped higher due to the pandemic, the extended new normal is still a catalyst for the streaming giant.
Procter & Gamble, Netflix, IBM, Haliburton and Alpha Pro Tech were our top stock trades. That said, let's look at the charts.
Concerns over subscriber growth are likely overstated. This should make it easier for Netflix stock holders to turn a post-earnings profit.
Netflix goes from strength to strength growing its free cash flow. Buy on any weakness in Netflix stock when its Q3 membership numbers are reported since its FCF is likely to be positive.
Netflix reports third-quarter earnings Oct. 20 after markets close. If you own Netflix stock, I’ll be looking at three things from Q3 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic amplified the streaming space in 2020, and this trend is here to stay. Here are the top streaming stocks to buy.
By Joel Baglole
The 'tech wreck' led to a serious shakeout among technology companies and some might not recover. Here are seven stocks to consider selling.
These stay-at-home stocks are trading at premium valuations but should start cooling down as the effects of the virus wear off.
Netflix is still Netflix. The only thing that changed in September is the NFLX stock price. And that stock price is now too low to ignore.
The best Nasdaq stocks to buy aren’t those with the biggest capitalization gains, but those whose shares have put in the work on the price chart.
Investors can expect these growth stocks to perform well over the next five years while benefiting from pandemic behavioral changes.
These three tech stocks to buy grew rapidly during the pandemic as people looked for new ways to stay entertained and work from home.
Salesforce, Nio, Netflix and Facebook were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's see what the charts are trying to tell us now.
Despite the risk, 30-something investors should protect their nest egg with red-hot stocks that also offer long-term value.
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(Bloomberg) -- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. held discussions with Apple Inc. and Netflix Inc. about taking its new James Bond film directly to streaming, according to people familiar with the situation, but the studio says it’s committed to a theatrical release.The film, “No Time to Die,” could fetch hundreds of millions of dollars in a potential streaming sale, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the discussions were private. MGM declined to comment on any talks, but said the film “is not for sale.”“The film’s release has been postponed until April 2021 in order to preserve the theatrical experience for moviegoers,” an MGM representative said.Netflix and Apple declined to comment. Amazon Studios, another shopper for big-budget entertainment for its streaming service, said Friday that it’s not currently in talks to acquire the Bond film.The MGM feature was originally scheduled to hit theaters in April 2020, but it was delayed until November after the Covid-19 pandemic forced theaters around the world to shut down. Even though cinemas have begun to reopen, consumers have been slow to return, and studios have been reluctant to release their biggest pictures. Earlier this month, “No Time to Die” was pushed back again until April 2021.Nabbing the rights to “No Time to Die,” would have been a major coup for a streaming service and could have helped entice subscribers looking to watch the latest Bond movie. The Daniel Craig film, which cost about $250 million to produce, would be the most notable movie to switch to streaming due to the pandemic, though other films have taken a similar route.Horror film “Antebellum” launched on premium home video in September, while “Mulan” debuted on Disney+ with a $30 charge. Apple also landed the movie “Greyhound” with Tom Hanks due to the pandemic. It debuted in July.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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