Netflix: Buy, Sell or Skip?
Netflix has always faced competition. Whether it is free-to-air or cable TV vying for people’s eyeballs or more recently, Hollywood studios with immense backlogs of content and large budgets to create more.
As Netflix continues to sign up millions of households around the globe, their growing revenue will be reinvested in expanding their content offering, further improving the value of the service while also creating ever-growing barriers to new entrants.
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Netflix is nicely positioned but execution is key. It will need to keep growing its content library wisely to maintain strong engagement and attract new subscribers. Netflix’s challenge will be to match the record subscriber additions it saw in 2020 due to pandemic-induced lockdowns. This has led to negative share price movements due to investors being more focused on short-term performance rather than the longer-term journey ahead.
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