NFLX

Netflix stock has been on a winning streak alongside other “FAANG” stocks which have together dominated the markets.

It has very much put cable out of business and bit by bit taken the market share on content. The strategy being if they can control the content then Netflix will become the standard in every home across the world for watching movies and shows.

The netflix.com internet website was founded by Reed Hastings way back in 1997, although most only discovered Netflix within the last 5 years. In which time it has made long term investors rich with NFLX stock.

NFLX Stock – Five FAANGS Down – How is NetFlix Doing in the Market?

NFLX stock is one of the five FAANG stocks which has seen it's share price fall over recent weeks. Many point to the fact that...

Are Netflix and Amazon Becoming a Threat to UK Broadcasters?

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Netflix shrugs off hard-to-crack China market, sees more opportunity in India

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How Much Is Netflix Spending on Original Content in Europe?

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Netflix revenues are reportedly being probed by the UK tax authority

Netflix’s British division is reportedly being investigated by government tax body HMRC. Netflix is under investigation by the U.K.'s tax authority, according to...

Long-Term Investors Make Well With NFLX Stock

For the long-term investors NFLX stock has performed very well and been on a very long bull run. Many analysts say that a recession...

A Recession Could Do NFLX Stock a Whole Lot of Good (NFLX)

Like other capable tech companies with massive upside potential, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is primarily a victim of poor timing. At the end of September,...

Alphabet, Amazon, Netflix, 8 IBD 50 Stocks Are Morgan Stanley ‘Secular Growth’ Picks

Alphabet, Amazon and Netflix are on Morgan Stanley's "Secular Growth Stocks" list. So are 8 IBD 50 names, including Adobe, Visa, Mastercard, Veeva, Ulta. This...