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Apple TV+ is looking legitimate to Wedbush's Dan Ives, who is looking for $10 billion in additional revenue from the service.
Here's what investors are grappling with ahead of Netflix's earnings report on Oct. 16.
J.P. Morgan's Alexia Quadrani trimmed her estimates for Q4 and fiscal 2020. She affirmed the stock overweight.
Netflix's price target is slashed by $100 to $340 by Monness Crespi Hardt as the streaming giant faces increasing competition.
More than four-fifths of U.S. teens still report owning an iPhone, and more than a third now say that YouTube is the video service they watch the most.
Evercore cuts its price target on Netflix to $300 from $380 and calls the stock 'one of the most controversial names in our coverage.'
It's not just the video streaming services that are in the midst of a content war. Content is king in the video game industry as well and the war is just getting started.
The battle for streaming subscribers continues to heat up.
I think that one needs to take a diversified approach to not just wealth preservation, but the preservation of one's standard of living.
RMPIA is up 20.9% in the first nine months of 2019.
Netflix should lower its price to $6 per month, according to a Needham note.
A Bank of America analyst contends investors will get a good sense of whether Netflix will be able to keep up with rivals Walt Disney and Apple when it releases its third-quarter earnings on Oct. 16.
Italian prosecutors are investigating Netflix after the streaming giant reportedly failed to file a tax return in the country as a local business.
Streaming competition is about to heat up, but one Netflix bull is maintaining his positive thesis on the stock. See what his arguments are and where he could be wrong.
The uncertainty around the direction of Netflix's stock price comes as Apple gets ready to launch a $4.99-a-month streaming service this fall, having recently unleashed a wave of TV ads to promote it.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Netflix, iRobot, Exact Sciences, Rite Aid, Inmode and more.
Jim Cramer says that while recession fears hit stocks Tuesday, he thinks there are other rational reasons for the pullback.
Quite a few fast-growing Internet and mobile services firms sold off in September. Not all of these names now look like bargains, but some arguably present opportunities.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday as investors hope for a near-term breakthrough when trade talks resume next week between the U.S. and China; Amazon reportedly is looking to bring cashierless technology to airports and move theaters; Credit Suisse clears its CEO in spying scandal.
Apple is exploring theatrical runs for some of its TV+ content, according to a report. Theatrical prestige and awards aren't just vanities; they're necessities for upstarts looking to draw the best talent.
Wireless companies will beam into homes multi-gigabit internet speeds without the cost of laying expensive fiber. Customers will simply turn on their new 5G routers, and presto, they'll have connections fast enough to stream 8K video, or seamlessly run automation software. Goodbye, cable.
Buy Netflix down to its Sept. 24 low of $252.28 and add to positions on weakness to the 'reversion to the mean' at $221.48. Reduce holdings on strength to the 200-day simple moving average at $335.13.
With Democrats initiating impeachment inquiries, it's likely that regulatory pressures on big-tech will ease as Congress evolves into a lame duck.
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