3 Not-So-Surprising Takeaways From Netflix's Fantastic Report
Netflix sure shocked Wall Street with its first-quarter report. Shares jumped 25% the next day. But many of the key drivers for this crazy jump should have been obvious to most investors. Seeing these signs in advance would have helped you invest in Netflix with confidence as this report approached.
In this video, Fool contributor Anders Bylund walks you through these patently obvious catalysts. In his eyes, this stock is still too cheap.
The tumultuous performance of Netflix shares since the summer of 2011 has caused headaches for many devoted shareholders. While the company's first-mover status is often viewed as a competitive advantage, the opportunities in streaming media have brought some new, deep-pocketed rivals looking for their piece of a growing pie. Can Netflix fend off this burgeoning competition, and will its international growth aspirations really pay off? These are must-know issues for investors, which is why The Motley Fool has released a premium report on Netflix. Inside, you'll learn about the key opportunities and risks facing the company, as well as reasons to buy or sell the stock. The report includes a full year of updates to cover critical new developments, so make sure to click here and claim a copy today.
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