A running stock eventually breaks down. NFLX has - as the 3 month or one year charts show. The probable test is $300 where the stock found support earlier. This ain't rocket science. Good luck all.
Silly news when there is no news. Your question even sillier.
How many hundred of thousands of lives are being ruined because Obama plays games rather than undertake substantive public school reform (like Bush did) under the thumb of the Democratic Party's partner teachers' unions?
That 's my silly question.
Both solid companies. Buy-out speculation has sent both stocks far above normal valuation parameters - now 23 and 24 PE's. No obvious major economies even if they did merge. Ideal time to sell on these highs, watch from the sidelines.
Tesla might survive as a premium brand of a major. Jaguar did.
Given a choice between GM and Ford, I'd say Ford will drive them out. Ford has a much better corporate plan and better products overall.
A minimum wage is like taxes - the cost of a civilized society. There is nothing 'desperate' here. Democrats support a higher minimum wage because it benefits their voter base. Republicans oppose increases for the same reason. They compromise. Politics as usual.
Long-term long entry is irrational except for token amounts. That has been true for nearly two years. If it double bottoms, consider option play. Short-term volatility is the attraction.
It may be 'terrible' for you and your wife. But the adult market is a bunch of niches. Streamers are trying to figure out how to reach these niches. The Danes and Brits do police intrigue better than Hollywood. Bollywood does joyful and sweet romance better. The Italians excel at silliness, and nobody does government cynicism better than the French. The US is mostly a market of people never exposed to such options. Getting people to plug into better - through Facebook, producer promotion, etc. - is the challenge.
Kohl's get in the old mall business? Nope. But if and when Penney's is liquidated, I'm sure they'll want some locations.
Interesting. Amazon's standalone service waiting on a top box . . . could be. But I think streaming (now breakeven) will provide lots of profit eventually. Right now $7.99 is astonishing value - pennies per hour to watch.
Most of us ignore the pumping and bashing. What I don't' ignore: Amazon has not been hammering the internet with ads head-to-head against Netflix. When they do, the landscape changes.
You need to work on your Fundamentals. MW earnings will keep them much higher than you say - in the 40's worst case.
I think you are right. Until now Amazon hasn't marketed aggressively. But having spent serious money acquiring forty thousand titles, they are making sounds like they will. If they do, Netflix will be challenged improve it's meager margin - to achieve the high future profits assumed in its speculative stock price. My guess is that since Amazon as yet isn't going head-to-head aggressively, the upcoming news release of Netflix's quarterly subscriber count has more immediate importance. Interesting case study of a new industry, don't you think?
I've got a pretty good idea which Party you vote for. Wanting lawyers and government intervention because people exercise free speech and fools listen. You are an idiot.
Netflix Ads are always everywhere. That is unchanged. Today's stock nervousness is the Morgan Stanley price revision, particularly the underlying question: Thus far Amazon has not been assertive, but having made huge content investments are they about to start marketing aggressively?
That dingy show? Breaking Bad I can understand. Rockford Files re-runs i can understand. The British House of Cards I can understand.
Then you should gut up to what another said about excessive world population being the root cause. Twenty years with no births - poof, no global warming.
Certainly possible. It's a guessing at best. 'NFLX way overvalued' from Forbes and MS.
The 'side' doesn't matter much. The rabble drive policy. They are ignorant. Getting world governments in the same page is almost impossible. So we slog along pursuing short-term interest. That is the reality.