Netflix Stock Falls as Earnings Miss: Here’s What Singapore Investors Need to Know
During the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic, some of the biggest winners in the US stock market were growth stocks. This included the dominant
Netflix Stock: Is the Worst Behind It?
Streaming giant Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) reported a better-than-expected financial performance during its latest third-quarter earnings. The increase in its subscriber numbers suggests that
Disney Overtakes Netflix to Become Biggest Streamer
The magic is back for the Mickey Mouse Company as The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) reported robust financial results for its latest Q3
Netflix Shares Plummet 25% on Subscriber Losses: What Investors Need to Know
During the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of us reverted to staying indoors and watching content offered up by streaming giant Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX). Unsurprisingly,
Netflix Stock Plunges 25%: Were Earnings That Bad?
In the current market environment, where days of deep red greet investors, it’s not surprising to see that earnings season has already claimed some
Chart of the Week: Are Big Tech’s Share Prices Set to Sell Off?
With the ongoing sell-off in high-growth stocks in the US showing no signs of abating, it’s worth asking ourselves when “Big Tech” might be
5 Top Stocks to Buy in November
Stock market bears in 2021 are becoming as rare as a snow leopard; investors know they exist but you rarely see them on camera.
Netflix Earnings: Strong Subscriber Growth Amid “Squid Game” Record
Anyone who’s been streaming content in the past few months will nearly certainly have watched Netflix Inc’s (NASDAQ: NFLX) hit Korean series Squid Game.
Netflix Stock: Why “Squid Game” Isn’t Like Investing
For anyone watching the captivating, Korean-produced series “Squid Game”, you’ll know just how scary (as well as dystopian) the real-life situations are made to
5 Key Takeaways From Netflix’s Earnings
With much fanfare about Walt Disney Inc’s (NYSE: DIS) Disney+ streaming service, and its success in attracting subscribers, investors seem to have forgotten about