What should you do with Netflix?

Last week Netflix released their quarterly report. Unfortunately, even thought they exceeded expectations the stock plummeted quickly on the 18th. This left many investors, including myself stumped. I was pleased to see the great earnings on Monday, but was alarmed to see the stock dropping at a rapid rate on Tuesday and Wednesday. The question is why? Many suspect, including Marketwatch.com that the reason the stock did not continue its previous growth was because Netflix can’t maintain consistent subscriber growth. While Netflix was able to increase revenue they are consistently gaining less and less subscribers.

In the past few years Netflix has tried everything to increase the amount of subscribers. They have created original content for their show that is only available on Netflix. They have attempted to increase international subscribers but fail to reach different cultures due to the fact that they have limited content for different regions. They have attempted to address this by adding new content, but this had little effect. Despite their best efforts, Netflix can’t seem to meet expectations for growth. For investors, this is a big problem. Until Netflix resolves the issue of limited subscriber growth I am pulling my investment. I have made a decent amount of money with them so far, and I am sure that they can resolve this issue. All things considered, they did change television as we know it.

Thats all I have for this week. I hope this blog was entreating and informative for you. As always, if you have any questions or comments feel free to leave a comment or contact me directly. Until next time!

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