≈ In the middle of ‘World War +’ ≈
There is a story that goes around like this:
— Good morning, Mr. Antioco.
— Good morning, Mr. Hastings.
— Nice to meet you.
— A pleasure to meet you.
— Look, Mr. Antioco here’s my proposal, let me know what you think: From now on I will run your brand online and you will promote mine in your stores. Sounds fair?
End of story.
The year was 2000. Reed Hastings was one of the founders of a newborn company called Netflix. John Antioco was the CEO of a well-established brand called Blockbuster.
Oh, the break of paradigms.
Fast-forwarding almost 20 years, now we are in the middle of the “World War +”. Seems that everyone now has the perfect solution to keep you at home staring at your TV set like a zombie. According to reports, Apple has committed to spending more than $6B on original TV shows and movies for its upcoming Apple TV+ service. Apple wants to beat Disney+ and both want to make Netflix the next Blockbuster.
You voted you got it: Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) is the Stock of the Week on Tackle’s Instagram.
Go to our profile and check the analysis done by Coach Noah Davidson. Although on a descending wedge pattern, the context of the chart is screaming BEARISH.
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The generation gap
The infographic above shows the average daily TV consumption of American adults, grouped by age.
No wonder there is a ‘World War +’ going on.
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