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Jim Cramer: Should You Sell Shares After a Company Announces Weak Guidance?

Jim Cramer: Should You Sell Shares After a Company Announces Weak Guidance?

Jim Cramer weighs in on whether or not investors should sell stock after a company announces weak guidance.

Jim Cramer: Netflix Is a Necessary Bargain

Jim Cramer: Netflix Is a Necessary Bargain

I don't care what Netflix says about weak domestic. I care about the slate. I care about missing out.

Netflix Isn't Afraid of Disney or Apple -- Here's Why

Netflix Isn't Afraid of Disney or Apple -- Here's Why

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.

Better to Trade Netflix After Earnings, Not Before

Better to Trade Netflix After Earnings, Not Before

NFLX reports earnings after the close on Tuesday.

Fed's Evans Knows Nothing, China Q1 GDP, Trading Netflix: Market Recon

Fed's Evans Knows Nothing, China Q1 GDP, Trading Netflix: Market Recon

When Netflix reports earnings tonight, what will likely matter above all else for now will be subscriber growth.

CBS and Viacom Merger Talks Are Now Back On - Report

CBS and Viacom Merger Talks Are Now Back On - Report

Until there is clarity over the future of the two companies it seems unlikely that a permanent replacement for ousted CBS CEO Les Moonves will get named.

Disney's Global Appeal Could Mean a Leg Up on Netflix

Disney's Global Appeal Could Mean a Leg Up on Netflix

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.

Netflix Shares Slide on Concern Over Competition From Disney+

Netflix Shares Slide on Concern Over Competition From Disney+

Shares of Netflix slide amid investors' concerns over heightened competition for subscribers from Disney+.

Disney Surges to Record High on Enthusiasm for New Streaming Video Service

Disney Surges to Record High on Enthusiasm for New Streaming Video Service

Disney unveiled Disney+, its family-friendly direct-to-consumer service, which will launch in Nov. 2019 at $6.99 per month. At launch, it will include 9 originals and a sizable library of shows and movies from Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and more.

Disney Shareholders Will Be Tuning Into Investor Day For Streaming Details

Disney Shareholders Will Be Tuning Into Investor Day For Streaming Details

What's the key differentiating factor from Netflix?