Although Netflix has surged 20% over the last month, tech analyst Andrew Tonner is concerned about the company's long-term prospects, as larger competitors like Amazon and Google begin to enter the streaming space. These competitors can use video streaming as a loss leader, while streaming is Netflix's bread and butter. Netflix retains its first-mover advantage, but definitely pay attention to subscriber numbers in this quarterly report from Netflix.
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