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Why the Netflix share price plunged 10% on Thursday

A significant miss in subscriber growth has seen the Netflix share price fall after the release of its second quarter earnings report. More »


How does WAAAX compare to FAANG?

We all love our WAAAX darlings like Altium Limited (ASX: ALU), but they may be slightly overvalued. More »


Better buy: Amazon vs. Netflix

Which big tech growth stock is the best bet today? More »


2 hot stocks to watch in July

These two companies' stocks have skyrocketed this year. Can they keep impressing investors? More »


5 important metrics to watch when Netflix reports earnings

If the company wants to keep up its multiyear run, it will have to deliver on these points. More »


Here’s Netflix’s next $1 billion opportunity

The streaming giant is already making billions every year, but this could be its next big growth area. More »


5 companies looking to cash in on Netflix’s “Stranger Things”

Merchandising is a small but growing area of Netflix's business. More »


Buy this FAANG stock in the face of regulatory worries

The antitrust chief offered insight into how government regulators will target big tech. Except this one. More »


Here’s why Netflix stock’s price could double within 3 years

It all comes down to the international opportunity. More »


Why the Netflix share price is falling

The Netflix share price is falling following a mixed quarterly earnings report. More »


Here’s what Netflix is predicting about the future of TV

The future of TV is being disrupted and Netflix is the chief disruptor More »


Meltdown: S&P/ASX 200 expected to crash lower on Thursday

Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX:APT), Altium Limited (ASX:ALU), and Appen Ltd (ASX:APX) shares could come under pressure today after there was a selloff of... More »


Facebook shares are set to crater

Should you buy the FAANG tech shares? More »


Is this the end of the ‘video-streaming bubble’?

A 14% drop in the Netflix, Inc. share price has triggered fear that this might be the end of the 'bubble'. More »