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Is Netflix Facing Too Much Competition?

Is Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) fairly valued? Most analysts have mixed views on the subject and price targets range between $245 and $600. 24/7 Wall St has referenced a recent report by Argus to help shed some light on Netflix’s valuation, and more importantly on what sort of competition Netflix is facing. 387 more words


Can Netflix Save T-Mobile?

Desperate times call for desperate measures. That may be an old saw, but it appears to remain relevant as T-Mobile US Inc.’s (NYSE: TMUS) CEO said on Wednesday that the telecom carrier will give customers who buy a new Samsung phone from the company a one-year subscription to Netflix Inc. 386 more words

Telecom & Wireless

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, ASML, Schwab, GoPro, Kraft, Netflix, Red Hat and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Thursday morning after Wednesday’s deep sell-off. While one never knows if a trend reversal is here, the one trend that has been in place for three years or more is that investors have bought their favorite stocks on each and every dip. 460 more words



OPEN TRADE:  Monday, 03/16/2015

  • BUY CALL:      $457.50…$1.23 suggested premium
  • SELL CALL:     $455.00…$1.60 suggested premium
  • BUY PUT:        $420.00…$1.91 suggested premium
  • SELL PUT:       $422.50…$2.17 suggested premium

CLOSE TRADE: Friday, 03/20/2015… 29 more words

Iron Condor

Why Netflix Weakness Is Called a Buying Opportunity

Everyone’s eyes have been on Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) for the past month, whether it is literally watching the shows or watching the stock. The stock hit its 52-week high in late February at roughly a 17% premium over current prices. 285 more words


Time To Short Netflix?


Netflix’s chart is starting to show some signs of breaking down:

  • The price has rounded over the top and is falling
  • The price is now below all three of its DMA’s…
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Apple's future domination: Apple Watch, AppleBank, and ApplePlay


Suzanne Coleman, MD



Interestingly, about 9 hours after I posted this original analysis to “The Slice Iconic,” “The Wall Street Journal” published an article claiming that sources say that Apple is working on a TV service.   768 more words

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