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Netflix stock price could go in either direction Thursday. Here are the levels to buy and sell the stock.
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The biggest negative in the market Wednesday was that the gap-up open was sold very aggressively.
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Netflix argues -- and some analysts agree -- that new streaming services could wind up being complementary, rather than competitive, to Netflix's own offering.
This FAANG stock could be getting its teeth back.
Wall Street remained positive on Netflix despite weaker-than-expected guidance from the streaming video giant.
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Qualcomm and Apple have settled their disputes, and Abbott and Netflix both released earnings.
There is a bloodbath of selling in medical-related names and severe pressure on cloud-related stocks that have been momentum favorites.
The streaming giant continued to see strong paid subscriber growth in the first quarter, but its outlook for Q2 paid subscriber growth was below analyst expectations.
Netflix shares traded higher Wednesday even after the online streaming service said current quarter subscriber additions would likely miss Wall Street forecasts as a recent price increase works its way through markets around the world.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Abbott's earnings, Qualcomm's dispute with Apple is over and Netflix's earnings.
However, soft guidance from Netflix and so-so earnings from IBM are keeping positive sentiment contained.
I don't care what Netflix says about weak domestic. I care about the slate. I care about missing out.
China reported positive data, bolstering markets. Netflix had a beat on earnings, but faces fierce competition ahead. CSX is a thing of beauty.
U.S. stock futures rise Wednesday, following on from Tuesday's gains that were spurred on by generally solid earnings reports; Qualcomm surges after the chipmaker ends its long-running dispute with Apple; Netflix's second-quarter forecast disappoints Wall Street; Sprint and T-Mobile slide after a report says their proposed merger is getting resistance form the Justice Department.
Global stocks edged higher Wednesday, with sentiment boosted by stronger-than-expected first quarter growth data from China, as trade talks with the United States inch closer towards a deal between the world's two biggest economies.
We're not talking about a rival startup. We're talking about one of the most successful and deep-pocketed media/entertainment companies on the planet.
Netflix said in its first-quarter shareholder letter that it's 'excited to compete,' comparing the new competition to the rise of cable networks in the 1980s and 1990s.
Low volume, random moves, and a positive bias make trading difficult to navigate.
The streaming giant beat earnings expectations for the first quarter but its second quarter guidance was less pleasing.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa breaks down Netflix's first-quarter earnings report and 'video interview' with company executives.
LOS GATOS, Calif., April 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Netflix, Inc.
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