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This week's news from Investing Insights, including Netflix's earnings, Microsoft's dividend, the economic outlook in China, and more.
Oct.20 -- David Bianco, head of U.S. securities at Deutsche Asset Management, and Mike Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, look at the issues behind the recent dip in FANG stocks. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
With Netflix's Q3 report in the books, Facebook has the highest positive investor sentiment among the FANG stocks still to report, Jefferies analyst Brent Thill suggests.
Both companies turned in their third-quarter earnings, but the market’s eventual reactions ran counter to what you’d expect based on the reports.
Netflix is planning to release a staggering 80 films in 2018, more than double the output of any Hollywood studio.
Netflix is making more films just as Hollywood is finding it hard to get people to come to the movie theater. There's a connection.
Yet after the market digested the quarterly report, the stock gave up the gains it made immediately after its release.
The budget vote lit the market's fuse on Friday as the Dow closed the week at overbought levels rarely seen in the past ten years. Some traders think the market is "different now" but is that really the case? Any warning signs from the market internals?
Earnings weren't uniformly good, but mostly better-than-expected results and progress on tax reform sent stocks to record highs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 scored a perfect week of records as progress on tax reform and a string of positive earnings reports kept investors in a buying mood.
Stocks hit record highs on IBM, J&J, Adobe and the Senate's step toward tax cuts. Netflix wowed analysts, but investors gave mixed reviews. United Airlines and General Electric plunged.
Facebook (FB), Amazon.com (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Alphabet (GOOGL) continue to dominate. The so-called FANG stocks have climbed 35% so far this year, accounting for 20% of the S&P 500's gains. The FANGs outperformed 100% of the time in odd years and only 33% of the time in even years.
How does Facebook stack up against fellow FANG stocks Amazon, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet in terms of chart action and fundamentals?
For the past few months, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock has been bouncing around between $140 and $160 a share. And for the foreseeable future, I maintain a buy-and-hold mentality.Source: Shutterstock
Is your stock a Leader or a Laggard? That can be the difference between a good year and a great year.
Despite a long and exciting history of earnings-related fireworks for Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), this quarter’s release was a snoozer. The post-earnings retreat has only lopped off 4.6% of Netflix stock’s price, so it’s merely a flesh wound so far and nothing more. For spectators unwilling to chase the run-up that carried NFLX stock into earnings, this pullback provides an alluring dip-buying opportunity.