$497.98 2.88 (0.58%)
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Market Cap 216.47B
PE Ratio 334.21
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.90M
Day's Range 495.10 - 506.32
52-Week Range 290.25 - 575.37
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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As earnings season continues, the top earnings reports to watch next week include Bank of America, Netflix, New Oriental Education and Intel.
By Alex Sirois
NFLX stock took a modest hit back when Q3 earnings came out. Then Covid-19 vaccine news sent it down further. Yet, it remains a buy.
The Nasdaq gained 43.6% in 2020, putting the rest of the major indexes to shame. Here are the 10 best stocks on the Nasdaq right now.
While there aren't flagrant oversold conditions we managed to find 3 mega-cap stocks that have clear upside potential this year.
Catching the wave of change just right informs this list of best entertainment . Here I’m striking a balance between recent disruptors and some time-honored names spanning many generations with these eight entertainment stocks.
Square, Bed Bath & Beyond, Exxon Mobil, Workhorse and Netflix were our top stock trades. Now, let's have a look at the charts to see why.
This list of media stocks to buy ranges from streaming giant NFLX stock to NYT stock -- the old gray lady who’s successfully gone digital.
Amazon, Netflix, Square and Intel were our top stock trades for Wednesday. Let's have a look at the charts after a mixed trading session.
FedEx, Netflix, Jabil Circuit and Accenture were our top stock trades for Friday. Let's look at the charts to see what we're working with.
Large-cap stocks have seen wildly varying performance in 2020. And in 2021, these four names should be among the group's best.
If you want to learn about a safer way to play the market, start with this list of the best stocks for trading options right now.
2020 has been like the plot of a binge worthy show. Here are five streaming stocks that can help you profit no matter where the plot moves.
By Joel Baglole
With Covid-19 vaccines coming to market, many hot equities are becoming short-term stocks to handle with caution. Here's why.
As a group, low-tech professions and industries are not as adaptable to economic shocks. And they cannot establish and fortify their competitive advantages as quickly or efficiently as their high-tech counterparts. Don't get caught on the wrong side.
Washington’s regulatory “hammer” isn’t now aimed at every tech company, and it would be foolish to abandon the entire tech sector because a few companies are being scrutinized. Make sure you stay on the right side of the 'Technocasm.'
These streaming stocks have could grow users exponentially, following another exhausting election and heading into a second wave of Covid-19.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) shares have been moving in an uptrend last several months, and according to technical analysis, there is no risk of the bear market for now. Citigroup raised its price target on Netflix to $580, and the focus of investors is on Q4 results that will be released on Jan. 19. Fundamental analysis: …
Netflix has snapped up the worldwide rights to a spy thriller that could affect subscriber’s buying decision. The streaming giant has won the auction for Hearts of Stone, a Gal Gadot spy thriller developed by Skydance Media and to be directed by Tom Harper (The Aeronauts). Skydance also sold Chris Patt-starrer The Tomorrow War to Amazon earlier this week.
Richard Greenfield, partner at LightShed Partners LLC, discusses the heightened levels of competition among online streaming services in the age of Covid-19. He also talks about how Netflix has been remarkable in ramping up content production. Greenfield speaks with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
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