Nice try. It remains irrelevant how much Netflix I personally watch. Highly unimpressive tech.
It's difficult to imagine how the number of hours I watch Netflix matters. Why don't you take a shot at explaining the conclusion you would draw if I answered 0,1,5,10,20, etc.
Or don't bother.. I'm not generally impressed with your inductive skills.
Netflix said they wanted some more original comedy programming and -- voila! -- they get it.
They've also got the lili tomlin one coming out which is probably good comedy for the older demo.
It's telling that where Amazon has distinct programming it is mostly shows from CBS and HBO, both of which want to start their own online service.
150M subs * 12$ * 15% profit margin is a slam dunk in my opinion, and it's not the peak just a stop along the way (~5 years), which is to say they'll still have a high P/E in 5 years.
I've never been as bullish as garolou. If you take the average stock appreciation over the last 10 years, I expect approximately that trend to continue.
right -- and the ad supported model will take root simply because you hate Netflix. It doesn't matter that the ad model has failed with Hulu (who has even less traffic than Amazon).
You don't really have much to offer anyone tech, sorry.
That's even bigger domination than INTC/AMD.
Given that Amazon's budget has been so large it's amazing how little progress they've made. Not to mention they are in 3 countries rather than 50+.
Right here.. It's still got to go down a long way before you are remotely correct my unlettered associate.
Check those thumbs for boogers. You are telling fart jokes to grade schoolers here.
Well I know who they won't be getting to fill their gap in comedy programing...
Are you talking shyte to a billionaire who doesn't read this board and is up 10% in a month on more money than you will ever see?
If you can't see that the charts were saying 'buy buy buy' yesterday, you don't deserve to invest. It was the clearest signal of 10 years of investing in the QQQs.