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Trading FAANG: how to buy and sell FAANG companies

FAANG stocks are considered the ‘top tier’ tech firms – Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google are some of the most popular, and best performing, stocks on the market. Discover what you need to know about trading FAANG stocks, including how to buy and short the tech giants.

Netflix stock plunges after losing subscribers for first time in a decade

Netflix shares have plunged to their lowest level in 30 months after the streaming giant lost subscribers for the first time in over 10 years.

Netflix Q1 preview: Where next for Netflix stock?

Netflix is expected to see a significant slowdown in user growth in the first quarter, but can it convince investors its long-term prospects remain sound?

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Netflix Q4 preview: Where next for Netflix stock?

Netflix is expected to report its strongest subscriber growth in the last year when it releases results later this week, but how will Netflix shares respond?

Big Tech stocks: What will they face in 2022?

Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, Meta and Netflix have delivered record earnings and hit all-time highs in 2021, but can Big Tech keep up the momentum as we enter 2022?

US open: Earnings optimism boosts Wall Street

Stocks are set to rise as optimism surrounding earnings season drives indices back towards all time highs.

Netflix Q3 preview: Where next for Netflix shares?

Netflix has suffered from a slowdown after experiencing a surge in subscribers during lockdown last year, but investors hope additions picked up again in the latest quarter. We explain what to expect and consider how Netflix shares could react.

Netflix Q2 earnings preview: Subscriber growth in focus

Netflix is due to report on July 20. Expectations are for just 1 million new subscribers but will guidance show numbers starting to normalise next quarter.

July 14, 2021 01:13 PM

Netflix (NFLX) earnings preview: Can subscriber growth keep up the pace?

As always with Netflix, one of the biggest storylines will be subscriber growth...

Netflix (NFLX) earnings preview: Can the stock cope with the loss of “The Office”?

Many people habitually fall asleep watching Netflix, but traders shouldn’t be sleeping on the stock...

January 18, 2021 09:15 AM

FAANG's Earnings Preview

FAANGs are due to report earnings in the second half of October. They report after a phenomenal run higher from March and as they recover from a steep sell off in September.

October 14, 2020 05:25 PM

Netflix Q2 Earnings Preview

What to watch when Neflix reports Q2 earnings on Thursday 16th July

July 14, 2020 09:25 AM

Facebook Poised to Lead Muzzled FAANG in 2020

External challenges are certain to increase for beleaguered FAANG stocks...

US Stocks: A Potential Seasonal Headwind for MLK Week Amidst Key Earnings Reports

The average and median returns for all the major US indices are negative for this week...

Netflix Q4 Earnings Preview

Another stellar quarter from Netflix?

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January 20, 2020 11:42 AM

Streaming Wars: Will Disney+ Dethrone the Dominance of Netflix?

With NFLX trading at an astronomical valuation, the rise of Disney+ could set up a pairs trade opportunity...

Market Brief: The latest Kudlow bounce

Stocks are buying the White House’s latest blast of trade optimism, though bond markets are reserving judgement

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Why Netflix surged

Netflix stock continues to surge, with a rise of as much as 8% on Thursday

S&P500: The Long And Short Of It | Cisco, Welltower, Applied Material

A selection of potential longs and shorts from the S&P500.

October 15, 2019 01:42 AM

[Video] Bears Regain Control Over Netflix

Bears have relinquished control over Netflix, pushing the stock to its lowest level since early January.

Netflix subscriber drama is no crisis

The growth story takes an unexpected twist, though it’s a recoverable one