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The impact of Netflix's recent U.S. price hike, cash flow guidance and Disney-related commentary are among the things to track as the streaming giant reports.
We have a strong start to the day and the market is watching for Netflix's earnings report after the close.
U.S. stock futures are higher as Wall Street's focus remains on corporate earnings reports; Bank of America, UnitedHealth Group, Netflix and IBM report earnings; Hulu buys out AT&T's stake in the streaming service for $1.43 billion.
Hulu buys out AT&T's 9.5% stake in the U.S. streaming service for $1.43 billion.
Will Disney's soon-to-launch direct-to-consumer platform succeed in stealing some of Netflix's thunder? Here's what investors need to know.
Upcoming earnings reports will help determine where this market is headed.
We remain bullish on Universal Display and Disney, but it is time for some pruning.
Buy Netflix on weakness to its monthly and semiannual value levels at $331.02 and $327.12, respectively, and book profits on Disney on strength up to its annual risky level at $138.93.
Stifel analysts called the recent dip in Netflix's stock 'overdone' because of Disney's unveiling of its planned offering and reiterated their buy rating and price target on Netflix.
What I see from 10,000 feet above... in the age of suddenly profitable fuel as cargo, are the railroads.
The reaction to earnings will tell us quite a bit about this market.
Disney's detail-rich Disney+ launch event stands in sharp contrast to Apple, which offered few specifics in its March 25 unveiling of Apple TV+.
All three stocks had big rallies Friday, and Cramer used a private conference call with members of his Action Alerts PLUS club for investors to unveil how he'll play them from here.
Jim Cramer says this positive start will be hard to sustain this earnings season. He's got your game plan for next week.
Disney has a ways to go in catching up with Netflix in subscriber count. But its global appeal could still give Disney+ a big head start.
In addition to pricing its video streaming service aggressively, Disney is promising to spend heavily on original content and absorb losses over the next five years.
A pair of earnings report this week will shed light on the future direction of two fast-growing companies in very different fields.
While the vast majority of our positions ebbed and flowed during the week, Disney surged following its Investor Day.
We now have a Goldilocks' market environment.
Stocks ended with solid gains Friday following JPMorgan Chase's first-quarter earnings beat and after Walt Disney unveiled its new streaming service.
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Disney stock is ripping on Friday. Here's the area to watch on a pullback.
We never thought, 24 hours ago, that it could possibly be this good.
When you invest in Disney, you are not simply investing in movies, or shows, or ESPN, or India, or theme parks, or merchandise sales, or video games. What you are investing in is the flywheel.
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