The Netflix Bull Case
Netflix has been one of the top stock performers of the last ten years. The stock is up over 6,000%, and depending on where the stock is trading on any given day, the company typically boasts a market cap in the range of $145-160 billion. Over the last decade, Netflix didn’t just lead the shift to streaming media, it’s essentially defined it.
As of the end of the first quarter of 2019, Netflix claims nearly 150 million paid subscribers. To say that Netflix has a head start against the would-be competitors of Disney and others is an understatement. While Amazon Prime remains a constant presence, its goals and business model differ from Netflix. Apple’s streaming offering is still largely undefined. By the time Disney+, WarnerMedia and NBCUniversal streaming platforms go live with zero subscribers, Netflix will likely be approaching 175 million paid subscribers.
But while the investing world knows and understands the stellar execution of Netflix the company and the incredible performance of Netflix the stock, opinions on whether the stock is a good buy moving forward vary as much as the selection of content on the Netflix home screen. Yes, Netflix has been an incredible stock to own. But is it still a great stock to own? After all, with investing, past performance is irrelevant. What about the next ten years?
As the company enters a new era of competition, should investors own NFLX? We think the answer is a resounding yes. The free report explains the why behind this prediction.
This free report aims to answer the following question: NFLX has been a great stock to own. Is it still a buy or have you missed the opportunity?
IN THIS REPORT
- Cord-Cutting: Powerful Trend, But Partially Misunderstood
- Subscriber Growth, First-Mover Advantage & The Nature of Subscriptions
- Future Profitability & The Keys To The Bull Case Moving Forward
- Answering The Bear Questions
- Things To Watch In The Next 24 Months