Netflix is one of the most successful tech companies in the world. But did you know about the one time they almost went broke and lost it all?
Japan needs to make some structural changes. If they don’t they’ll be left severely disappointed, much like the investors buying Netflix today.
Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google — these are hot stocks that everyone’s talking about. But look past the hype and you’ll see trouble on the horizon.
Even when investors stumble across a good idea, they often do very poorly by taking that idea to extremes. Let me explain why…
Is there more pain to come? Or are we in the midst of a false crash? We think that we’re actually at the start of another major tech mega-boom.
Brazilians went to the polls yesterday. And, it’s a fact that fake news has been rife throughout the election, mainly distributed through WhatsApp.
Rather than run for the hills, I want to implore you to stay in stocks. Recession or no recession, correction or no correction, you can’t keep a wonderful company down.
What should you look for in tech stocks? Should you look at revenue growth? Profitability? Maybe looking at the addressable market is a good idea?