The world's leading premium streaming video service and the top dog in social media are trading places in 2019, but only one can come out on top in 2020.
News & Analysis: Netflix
Dividend stocks tend to be more recession-resistant, but some non-dividend-paying growth stocks also performed well during the Great Recession.
This isn't the first time the streaming giant has whiffed on subscriber numbers, and it doesn't mean the sky is falling.
Disney may have the greatest potential to challenge Netflix's dominance, according to eMarketer.
While the streaming giant's hit shows are its bread and butter, another massive opportunity is waiting in the wings.
The company has been canceling a lot more shows than it used to.
Two of the most anticipated streaming video services may be launching in the same month. Netflix investors will be keeping a close eye on Disney+ and Apple TV+.
Here's one boring, likely answer and two speculative ones.
Netflix, Cintas, and Boston Beer are companies with businesses that are easy to grasp.
Its second quarter subscriber numbers disappointed, and cheaper competitors are coming.